Daddy, how are quesaritos made? Well you see son, when a quesadilla loves a burrito very much... this recreation of Taco Bell's Sriracha Quesarito is born.
Some of you are going to judge me, but I'm okay with it. I'm ready for the haters. Here it is. Sometimes, a guy's gotta get TB. As in Taco Bell. My wife doesn't get it. Whatevs.
To be honest, I'm really impressed that TB is constantly innovating and always trying new menu ideas. Sure, a bunch of them are major flops. But sometimes they get it right. Really right. Like when they rolled out their Sriracha Quesarito. It was so legit. Huge flavor with a punch of heat (another reason why TB is good in my book... when they say something is spicy, they mean it). But then I went to order it the other day and they said it was for a limited time only! #dayruined
So I did what any reasonable person in that situation would obviously do. I
cried created a version of the Taco Bell Sriracha Quesarito recipe at home.
For those of you unfamiliar with the term quesarito, let's break it down and blow your mind. You see, some genius with a shared vision of fattiness like myself thought up one day... what if I make a burrito, but with a quesadilla. Yea, I know. That person deserves a Nobel Prize.Print