Price, release date, availability and how to get it

Taco Bell returned fan-favorite Enchirito in 2022 and we’ve got all the info you need including price, release date and how to get one.

Fulfilling customer requests, the fast-food restaurant chain brought back the menu item starting November 17.

Here’s everything you need to know about Taco Bell’s enchirito, including nutrition and availability.

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Taco Bell Enchirito 2022: Price and Release Date

Taco Bell officially returned enchirito to its menu starting Thursday this week.

The article is only available here for a limited time and from November 17th to November 30th. You can order the item through the Taco Bell app, online, or in stores.

The item costs $3.79 per serving and you can add add-ons like seasoned fries or seasoned rice. Enchirito was originally introduced back in 1970 but was finally removed in 2013.

Taco Bell reintroduced the item after 62% of customers voted for its return against the Double Decker Taco, which was removed in 2019.

Taco Bell Enchirito: Calories and Nutritional Facts

Taco Bell Enchirito is a warm, fluffy tortilla filled with seasoned beef, refried beans, and diced onions, topped with red sauce and melted cheddar cheese.

The item is a cross between a burrito and an enchilada, hence the name The Enchirito.

Each enchirito has 350 calories, and you can find the full nutritional information by menu item on Taco Bell’s website.

Additionally, Taco Bell has also introduced the 7-layer nacho fries, which come with black beans, tomatoes, sour cream, warm nacho cheese sauce, creamy chipotle sauce, shredded cheese, seasoned beef, and “reworked” guacamole.

The item costs $3.99 and is available at participating Taco Bell stores nationwide.

What do customers think of Enchirito’s return?

Customers are excited about the return of the enchirito, and many took to Twitter to share their reactions.

“I just want to thank Taco Bell for this five star meal I’m about to have. Keep the enchirito,” one customer said tweeted.

Another one commented: “Did I just spend $40 at Taco Bell so everyone in the house could experience an enchirito?” Yes, I have.”

Someone else joked: “What could be my last breaking news story on Twitter: The Taco Bell Enchirito is back.”

“Grateful to Taco Bell for the return of the enchirito!” another added.

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