In March, Taco Bell brought back the crowd favorite Quesalupa. This month, the fast food chain is bringing back another beloved menu item.
On April 6, Taco Bell announced the return of the Beefy Potato-rito to its menus nationwide, Fox News reports. According to the site, the potato-filled burrito will be available starting April 15 and will only cost a dollar upon its return.
The best way to celebrate potatoes being back? Bringing ANOTHER favorite back: the $1 Beefy Potato-rito is here again. Taco Bell Rewards members get early access to the $1 Beefy Potato-rito. Sign up today.— Taco Bell (@tacobell) April 5, 2021
Insider reports that, as its name suggests, the Beefy Potato-rito consists of beef and potatoes that are covered with nacho cheese and chipotle sauce wrapped together in a tortilla. The site adds that Taco Bell first introduced the item to its menus in 2017.
As previously reported by the Deseret News, Taco Bell reintroduced potatoes to its national menu last month, after temporarily removing them in 2020. Fox News reports that the restaurant adjusted its menu at the start of the pandemic to accommodate for drive-thru-friendly dishes.
The Beefy Potato-rito will appear on Taco Bell menus for a limited time, Yahoo! Life reports, adding that it’s unclear when the burrito will phase out of production.