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Taco Bell Testing Chicken Grillers Breaded with Crushed Tortilla Chips


After the success of their Doritos Locos Tacos that saved the American economy, Taco Bell has apparently decided that chips + meat is a winning combination and are testing a few new chip-inspired products to gauge customer excitement. First up: the beta version of a chicken wrap called the “Crispy Chicken Griller” that hit test markets in Ohio this month.

The Crispy Chicken Griller is basically Taco Bell’s answer to the McDonald’s McWrap and boasts marinated chicken strips breaded with crushed tortilla chips and available in three different flavors:  Avocado Ranch, Spicy Ranch, or Mango BBQ. The new sandwich costs $1.49 and (if they score well within the Ohio test market) could be introduced to Taco Bell locations across the nation soon.

H/T + PictThx Grubgrade

3 replies on “Taco Bell Testing Chicken Grillers Breaded with Crushed Tortilla Chips”

Eh, no. Doesn’t sound appetizing. I’m still waiting on Taco Bell to bring back the Fajita Wraps, that they bumped off to make way for the Gorditas, or whatever it was that took their place. I actually stopped going to Taco Bell for about a year when they took the Fajita Wraps off the menu. Those were prime.

They are pretty good – in fact better than most Taco Bell fair except their premium price “Cantina Bell” offerings. But note they are quite small, like a taco you’ll need several $1.49 portions to make a meal.

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