One common fast-food dish that many people adore is tacos. Drive-thru tacos are a different matter altogether from handmade tacos, which can be made with ground turkey instead of beef, fresh corn tortillas, and no frying.
The crunchy beef taco you buy at a fast-food restaurant probably isn't quite as nutrient-dense as the one you cook at home, even if your order may mirror what you make at home.
Although Jack in the Box's tacos may not be your go-to place for fast food tacos, they are one of their most well-liked offerings.
The Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Tacos Supreme, one of their current alternatives, is more well-known for its flavor-packed punch than for its nutritional benefits.
This taco is distinctive because Taco Bueno used pita bread for the customary crunchy taco shell.
This bad guy has the additional components from the Gordita flatbread in addition to all of the unsettling taco shell elements from the Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Tacos Supreme.
With "fried" in the name, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the only positive aspect of this taco's nutritional profile is its size.