Sound the alarm, alert the media, Taco Bell Nacho Fries are back and better than ever! They first appeared on the Taco Bell menu in early 2018 as a limited-time menu item, then slowly made its way through select markets, testing out Rattlesnake Fries (topped with a warm nacho cheese sauce, steak, creamy jalapeño sauce, and pickled jalapeños), and Reaper Ranch Fries (topped with nacho cheese, seasoned ground beef, Reaper Ranch sauce, diced tomatoes, and sour cream) testing the menu item and gauging how the audience liked the crispy french fries.
After years of market testing, it looks like the big day is finally upon us. According to the brand, Taco Bell's Nacho Fries will hit stores nationwide on January 30. Taco Bell also announced that along with the seasoned fries, there will be an "all-new flavor innovation that's sure to receive critical and fan acclaim" What could that possibly be? Who knows, we're just excited about the return of nacho fries.
What are Nacho Fries?
Unlike the crispy and salty french fries you can get at most fast food places, Taco Bell's take on the french fry is innovative and downright delicious. Seasoned with Mexican seasoning, the poppable fries are served steaming hot with a side of Cheddar Cheese Nacho Cheese Dip. But that's not all, order them supreme and layer on sour cream and diced tomatoes, or go all the way and order it BellGrande with nacho cheese, diced tomatoes, sour cream, beans, and seasoned beef. You also have the option to order the fries as an add-on to any burrito and taco. Wanna add french fries to you beefy 5-layer burrito? Now's your chance.
How To Make Nacho Fries at Home
Live más and make your own french fries at home with this easy to follow recipe. All you need is frozen french fries, nacho sauce, and a blend of spices. You're welcome tastebuds.
Get the recipe here.
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