Taco Bell Testing Two New Menu Items In Two Different Cities

In a bid to redefine the fast-food industry, Taco Bell is all set to introduce a delectable addition to their menu: Crispy Chicken Nuggets. This culinary innovation will initially be available to the residents of Minneapolis, Minnesota from October 12, as per a recent announcement.

Crafted from premium all-white meat chicken breast, these nuggets undergo a marination process in jalapeño-spiced buttermilk, promising a gastronomic journey that’s a notch above the usual chicken nugget fare. The standout feature? A distinctively crispy breading, guaranteeing a memorable crunch in every morsel.

Taco Bell also ensures a personalized dipping experience by offering two tantalizing sauces. The Bell Sauce is a sumptuous blend of tomatoes, red chiles, garlic, and onion, offering a flavorful zest. For those with a penchant for spice, the Jalapeño Honey Mustard promises the sweet allure of honey, the tang of mustard, complemented by a hint of jalapeño zing.

For the Minneapolis gourmands, five of these nuggets accompanied by a sauce of their choice can be savored for a price range of $3.99 to $4.99. A larger serving of 10 nuggets with two distinct sauces is priced between $6.99 and $8.99.

But the innovation doesn’t stop here.

Introducing Cheesy Street Chalupas

On the same launch date, Indianapolis, Indiana will witness the debut of Taco Bell’s Cheesy Street Chalupas. This entrant is a delightful reinterpretation of the classic chalupa, filled generously with a melt-in-your-mouth fusion of mozzarella and pepperjack cheese. Complementing this cheesy core, customers can opt for either shredded chicken or a grilled steak filling. The final touch? A garnish of onions, cilantro, and a signature Jalapeño Ranch Sauce, perfectly encapsulating the street food spirit.

Available in pairs, the Cheesy Street Chalupas are priced between $5.49 and $5.99.

As Taco Bell ventures further into culinary innovations, these enticing additions are bound to garner significant attention among food enthusiasts in both Minneapolis and Indianapolis.

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