Taco Bell’s burrito enchilada is a menu item that comes and goes.
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Taco Bell Enchirito
Taco Bell is known for combining classic Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisines to create tasty combinations. For example, the quesarito is a burrito rolled with a quesadilla instead of a tortilla. But one of the chain’s original fusion menu items is the enchirito, which combines the best parts of a burrito and an enchilada.
The dish, made up of a traditional beef, bean, and cheese burrito smothered in red enchilada sauce and topped with shredded cheese, first appeared on the chain’s menu in the 1970s. But whether or not you’ll find it on the menu may vary, as it’s been discontinued and reintroduced several times since.
Luckily, if you’re craving one, there’s no need to worry whether the Enchirito is currently available at your local Taco Bell or even about trying to order it off the “secret menu,” for that matter. It’s easy to make at home and just as mouthwatering as the real thing.