Bakersfield, California, Taco Bell outlets are right now test-marketing a new menu item called Quesadilla Double Dippers, which seem to exist just to prove that the chain is deeply committed to its recently announced corporate partnership that aims to Doritofy and Mountain Dewify just about everything on Earth. This time around, however, the chips aren't getting dipped: The Flamin Hot Fritos are the dip.
These miniature flour-tortilla-triangle-quesadilla thingies are already stuffed or stuft, in Bell-speak with ingredients like beef and cheese, all of which is to say they're essentially just a vessel for the two-part sauce: Nacho cheese in one cup, and in the other, Flamin' Hot Fritos crushed into tiny pieces, just like the resistance. The idea is you take your tortilla wedge, dip it into cheese, and jab that into the Frito bits. It costs $1, which is at least probably less expensive than the Dorito-stuffed, nacho-cheese-rolled, Hot Fritos-crusted Volcano Burrito the chain is most likely going to roll out next.
News: Taco Bell Testing Flamin' Hot Fritos Nachos Dip [Brand Eating]
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