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Two guys on YouTube show us how to make every item on Taco Bell’s menu

Published Apr 5th, 2016 2:30PM EDT

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Even though Taco Bell these days is known for experimenting with crazy new food concepts, the fast food chain used to have some really solid staples including its soft tacos, its burritos and its chalupas. The two guys who run the Brothers Green Eats YouTube channel recently decided to remind us of Taco Bell’s glory days by showing us how to make every item on Taco Bell’s classic menu right in our own home kitchens. If you’re having guests over and are looking for something quick and easy to serve them, you’ll want to bookmark these videos.

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“We used to go to Taco Bell all the time and we would order so much food,” explains one of the Brothers at the start of the first video. “I don’t eat fast food anymore… but I love the flavors, I love the experience. And these guys come up with some creative stuff, they’re truly thinking outside the bun. And if you can make any of these, this is great for party food.”

In the first video, they show us how to make basic ingredients for Taco Bell foods including ground beef, refried beans, fire sauce and nacho cheese sauce. Check it out below, though be warned it contains not-safe-for-work language:

The second video shows us how to make Taco Bell classics such as creamy jalapeno sauce, steak quesadillas, baja gorditas, and chalupas. Watch it below and again be warned it contains not-safe-for-work language:

These are the only two Taco Bell videos they’ve posted so far but we’re sure there will be more given how popular they’ve been so far.

Brad Reed
Brad Reed Staff Writer

Brad Reed has written about technology for over eight years at and Network World. Prior to that, he wrote freelance stories for political publications such as AlterNet and the American Prospect. He has a Master's Degree in Business and Economics Journalism from Boston University.