Nov 8, 2011

Review: Taco Bell - Nachos Supreme

Taco Bell's Nacho Supreme features tortilla chips covered with seasoned beef, refried beans, warm nacho cheese sauce, diced tomatoes, and reduced-fat sour cream for $1.89

The Nacho Supreme is just a smaller version of Taco Bell's Nacho Bellgrande and does the trick when you don't want to pay much and want something more than they typical chips and cheese nachos.

The biggest improvement that Taco Bell made to their nachos was when they replaced their out-of-a-bag tortilla chips with chips that are actually fried on site daily. The chips deliver a good texture and a fresh crunch. The old ones would occasionally be stale.

Nothing fancy here but there's enough different flavors to keep it interesting. Sometimes I think there's too much sour cream but I can always shovel that off to the side. I like the combo of beef, beans, and cheese and the tomatoes add a little bit of contrast.

If I could change one thing, I would definitely want the cheese to have a little bit of a kick.

Overall, decent, cheap nachos.

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Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Nachos Supreme (191g)
Calories - 440 (from Fat - 220)
Fat - 25g (Saturated Fat - 5g)
Sodium - 640mg
Carbs - 42g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 12g


  1. Deff not worth the money in my opinion. Rather get 2 flat breads or a meal deal.

  2. I am guessing the pic of the vittles above was taken by the commentator.

    Well done. Clear, sharp and conveys the product well.

    The vittles shout out "Eat me... eat me."

    And I would, I truly would and relish every bit of the stuff but, with extreme sadness, after observing the carb count, I would lurch away and seek a vittle such as a bag of frozen cauliflower or broccoli and with intense boredom consume that fare.

    But, the nacho concoction DOES look appetizing!!!


  3. I really miss the green onions from Taco Bell nachos.


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