Taco Bell Is Making Fried Cheese Curds With a Tortilla Chip Coating | 22 Words

As well as adding fried cheese curds to their iconic menu, Taco Bell has listened to the people and is also bringing back one of your favorites!

Read on for the delicious details...

Now, without a doubt, Mexican food is the number 1 top pick here in the U.S.

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Whether it's a quick meal, or a drunken snack, there's nothing better.

Mexico just gets it right...

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And we are beyond grateful!

There are so many great options.

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Burritos, tacos, enchiladas... Who could pick?

And, when it comes to this type of cuisine, there's only one fast-food venue.

Taco Bell, of course!

And this week, the internet is rejoicing...

Because they have decided to bring something new to their menu.

We all know Taco Bell has an extensive menu...

So when something new comes around, it's a pretty special occasion.

Taco Bell is giving us a glimpse at its latest twists on traditional fried cheese curds...

But despite the exciting news, people seem more interested in getting their old favorites back.

Thankfully, Taco Bell has heard your call...

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The new launch features 2 new menu items...

Crispy Cheese Dippers and Crispy Cheese Nacho Fries.

Using Taco Bell's new cheese curd recipe...

According to a spokesperson, they take cheddar cheese curds, roll them in a tortilla chip coating, and cook until crunchy.

Which is basically the same way they make their fried chicken.

The 9-piece Crispy Cheese Dippers are served with a side of creamy chipotle dipping sauce and only cost around $3!

The Crispy Cheese Nacho Fries are a bit extra, featuring the dippers on a bed of Nacho Fries, warm cheese sauce, creamy chipotle sauce, sour cream, and diced tomatoes for the same price.

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I'm hungry just thinking about it. Although there is some bad news when it comes to the new items...

Let's get that out of the way before the big reveal...

Unfortunately, both the Crispy Cheese Dippers and Crispy Cheese Nacho Fries are only available at 131 E. Orangethorpe Ave. in Fullerton, California, through March 10th.

But don't worry...

There's a chance they'll feature on the nationwide menu!

And this isn't the only big news. On March 11th, the recently discontinued potato items will make a permanent return...

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Meaning Spicy Potato Soft Tacos and Fiesta Potatoes are on their way back!

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