How to make Breakfast Quesalupa
Taco Bell's Breakfast Quesalupa consists of bacon (or sausage) plus egg, crispy potatoes, nacho cheese sauce, and shredded cheddar cheese, which is wrapped in a Chalupa-like shell stuffed with melted pepper jack cheese. The new cheese-stuffed shell provides the extra textures. Moreover, you can customize your breakfast quesalupa with meat, steak, or beef. You can pick one Breakfast quesalupa for $2.99. However, the price may vary depending on the location of the chain.
Basically a quesalupa is a quesadilla in a chalupa shell. It is a fusion dish that Taco Bell has made possible to happen. A breakfast quesalupa is a regular one with addition of bacon in the filling, which enhances the taste of your favourite dish by thousand times.
A breakfast quesalupa is very tasty and delicious; but you can prepare this recipe at hoe just using a few simple ingredients that you can easily get in your kitchen. Moreover, the preparation time is very less compared to other Taco Bell recipes. Let us know all the ingredients that you need to prepare the dish right at your kitchen.
Preparation time: 5 min
Cooking time: 10 min
List of Ingredients
- 1 lb Ground Beef
- 60 Calorie Tortillas
- Taco Seasoning Mix
- Pepper Jack Cheese
- Shredded Cheese Blend
- Shredded Lettuce
- Dice Tomatoes
- Reduced-Fat Sour Cream
Method of Preparation
- First, arrange all the ingredients that you need to prepare the dish. Now, you need to cook the meat.
- Place a frying pan on the gas stove and add some oil in it. Then, cook the meat until they turn brown. Now, it’s the time to season your meat. Season the meat with Taco Seasoning Mix Packet as per the directions written on it.
- You can drain the excess oil before adding the taco seasoning. Then add some water, bring to boil and simmer for 1 or 2 minutes or until the meat becomes tender. Switch off the flame after the meat is fully cooked.
- Fry two flour tortillas for about 30 seconds to make the quesalupa shell. Cook each side in a shallow pan with oil on medium heat.
- Drain tortillas on a paper towel so that the excess oil gets absorbed. Now, add the pepper jack cheese in the middle. Add bacon to it; bacon adds more fun and taste to the dish.
- Fold the tortillas into the shape of tacos. For this you need to press the tortillas together while cooking till it takes the shape of taco shells. If you feel the taco shells are brittle, then microwave them for a few seconds to soften them again. Once you fold it into the taco shape, feel free to bake it to make it sturdy again.
- Now you can add in a layer of beef, sour cream, shredded lettuce, shredded cheese and diced tomatoes in the taco shells. Now you are done with your favourite quesalupas.
- Serve them hot and fresh.
There are 560 calories in a Bacon Breakfast Quesalupa from Taco Bell; most of the calories come from fat (54%). Let us know the exact percentage of all the nutrients that you can get from a breakfast quesaluppa.
- Calories: 560
- Calories From Fat: 300
- Total Fat: 34g
- Saturated Fat: 12.0g
- Trans Fat: 0.5g
- Cholesterol: 130mg
- Sodium: 1160mg
- Total Carbohydrates: 42g
- Dietary Fiber: 3g
- Sugars: 3g
- Protein: 21g
- Vitamin A: 15%
- Vitamin C: 2%
- Calcium: 35%
- Iron: 20%
Reviewed February 9, 2016
While Taco Bell is not real Mexican food it sure is TASTY!!! This location is one of the cleanest in Oakland County. Always tastes fresh. The staff - inside and at the drive-through - are very friendly.
Date of visit: February 2016
Reviewed February 22, 2016
I have not been here before, but I have been curious about the new item, the Quesalupa unveiled during the Super Bowl a short time ago. I ate one today. It was good but not one of my favorite items in their menu. I don't think I will try it again. I prefer other things here much better like the crunchy tacos and the Mexican pizzas. Service was good and the price reasonable.
Date of visit: February 2016
Reviewed February 5, 2017
Just stopped by Taco Bell for a quick bite. The counter hostess recommended the new Naked Chalupa, so I decided to give it a try. Delicious! It was freshly prepared which I'm sure made it even better. Think of a taco where the shell is chicken breast. The salsa has a bit of a bite, but not too hot. I had it as a combo "box" with two soft tacos and a drink. Not a bad deal at all.
Date of visit: February 2017
FEB 11, 2016
Overall, I liked all the flavors of the Breakfast Quesalupa and really enjoyed the extra textures that the new cheese-stuffed shell provided. It would be somewhat nice if either the bacon or potatoes turned out crispy though.
I would not mind it at all if they were to double stuff the Quesalupa shell and sell it as a fried quesadilla (maybe they could call it the "Chimichanga Quesadilla").
The Most Popular Queries
How can I Order Breakfast Quesalupa?
You can order your favourite breakfast quesalupa at the nearest Taco Bell chain. You have to reach there in time to avail this mouth watering dish at the chain. However, if you are bit lazy and hesitate to go to the restaurant, then you can order this dish online on Taco Bell’s website.
Is breakfast Quesalupa healthy?
The Taco Bell’s Breakfast Quesalupa is far less healthy than the standard Quesalupas avialble at the chain. The calorie content varies depending on your choice of meat. Hence, a Breakfast Quesalupa can have up to 160 more calories, 16 more grams of fat and more than double the cholesterol as compared to a standard Quesalupa.
Taco Bell releases a new quesalupa; crunchier and tastier than a chalupa
Taco Bell released its latest, and perhaps cheesiest of its menu items; the Quesalupa.
“It's kind of like the taco equivalent of a stuffed-crust pizza and it came with endorsements from people like George Takei and James Harden. Taco Bell invited Delish.com to a taste test, and let us in on a few secrets about your new favorite post-party snack,” reportedby Delish.
The Quesalupa features a tortilla-like shell and is tastier than the crunchier Chalupa. But it is more than a typical soft taco shell as far as the structure is concerned. It is crispy and crunchy to hold together your favorite cheese that is gooey and stretchy without being greasy. Basically, a quesalupa is a fusion dish that gives the taste of both quesadilla and chalupa at the same time.