Taco Bell embraces the spud...

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2018/01/25 00:27:51 (permalink)

Taco Bell embraces the spud...

https://www.eater.com/2018/1/3/16844756/taco-bell-french-fries
 
Taco Bell is making drive-thru dreams come true: The late-night junk food purveyor for stoned millennials everywhere is finally adding fries to the menu, as of January 25.
 
The fries are coated in what Taco Bell calls a “bold Mexican seasoning,” and the $1 portion will come with a side of nacho cheese sauce for dipping. The fries can also be ordered “Supreme” for $2.49 or “Bell Grande” style for $3.49, which will add various accoutrement such as ground beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese, and/or sour cream.

 
For only a buck, I'll at least give them a try.
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    SteveHalloway
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/01/25 01:33:13 (permalink)
    Hmm, sounds appetizing. I'll also try this out one of these days.
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/02/22 00:12:26 (permalink)
    We've had this in Canada for years and years now.
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/02/22 07:57:18 (permalink)
    I had these at Westfarms Mall a few weeks ago.
     

     
    Better than their nachos, because the fries are heavily seasoned, while the chips are flavorless.  At $5 the "Supreme" version was definitely overpriced (I'm guessing it's cheaper outside of upscale Connecticut malls).
    post edited by Ketteract - 2018/02/22 07:58:22
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/02/22 09:11:42 (permalink)
    harleytexas
    We've had this in Canada for years and years now.

    Is it listed as poutine on the Canadian menus?
     
    I'll probably never try them because I don't patronize Taco Bell, but the current commercials with Josh Duhamel are pretty good.
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/02/22 09:36:21 (permalink)
    I got a free one as they were handing them out at release. Very good FF fries and the dipping sauce was good too.
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    Re: Taco Bell embraces the spud... 2018/03/11 00:26:37 (permalink)
    I had my annual Taco Bell craving tonight, and the fries were $1 with dipping sauce, so I figured what the heck. They're really tasty! The coating on them reminds me of nacho cheese Doritos, and the sauce has a little bit of a bite to it. And since the fries are larger cut, they don't get crispy (I dislike crispy fries). I'll definitely be getting them again.
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