Taco Bell Is Already Testing a ‘Spicy’ Naked Chicken Chalupa

The meat-as-bread trend continues. Taco Bell’s Naked Chicken Chalupa — a fried chicken “shell” folded in half taco-style around a pile of lettuce, diced tomatoes and cheddar cheese and topped with avocado ranch — hasn’t been available a week, and the company is already testing its spicy alter ego.

As Brand Eating reports, a new “Wild Naked Chicken Chalupa” has cropped up at a few locations in the Midwest. It’s almost the same as the “mild” Naked Chicken Chalupa with new “Spicy Wild” sauce in place of avocado ranch.

So far, the Wild Naked Chicken Chalupa has only been spotted at locations in Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. No nationwide launch date or other information is available.

In other Taco Bell news, the brand has also expanded its breakfast menu with the addition of the new Breakfast Quesadilla — basically a larger, grilled version of its Breakfast Soft Taco.

Retailing for $1.99, the Breakfast Quesadilla has bacon or sausage crumbles, egg, and a three-cheese blend pressed in a folded flour tortilla. A steak version is also available.

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