Would you eat Taco Bell’s Naked Egg Taco?

2:31 p.m Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017 Food
People Magazine
Following the success of the Naked Chicken Chalupa, Taco Bell has added another "naked" item to their breakfast menu nationwide starting August 31. For $1.99, customers get potato bites, cheese, and bacon or sausage all wrapped in a fried egg "shell".

A new Taco Bell breakfast taco creation promises fried eggs, crispy potatoes, cheese and the choice of bacon or sausage. 

Where’s the shell, you ask? It’s right there in the egg.

According to a news release, Taco Bell’s Naked Egg Taco features a taco shell made entirely of a fried egg, with the standard breakfast taco fare stuffed inside. 

The news release calls this new concoction the latest in Taco Bell’s “shell innovation.” You’ll recall that the fast food joint previously foisted the Naked Chicken Chalupa upon the world, which was a taco with fried chicken as the shell.

The Naked Egg Taco will be available at Taco Bells nationwide Aug. 31 after a test run in Michigan in the spring. Taco Bell enthusiasts in Austin will have the chance to exclusively try the new creation in advance on Aug. 26 by reserving a spot at OpenTable

The rest of the world will have to wait until Aug. 31 to try the taco, which will cost $1.99 a la carte for a limited time or in a breakfast combo that comes with coffee or a medium drink and two Cinnabon Delights or a hash brown for $3.99, according to the news release. The taco also comes in a Gordita Flatbread.

Some people on Twitter were enthusiastic about the taco, while others remained skeptical, wondering how this differs form a standard omelette.

Mashable reports that the Naked Egg Taco is “a meal to be experienced,” however. 

What about y’all? This sound like something you’d eat? Let us know in the comments. 

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