A food blogger get together! This is something we look forward to. Food, food and all about food. So we were there, as we are foodies and we wanted to know anything that is worth mentioning about the Mexican fast food chain. Ever since it’s launch in Mumbai last year, we have frequented it and my kids absolutely love their tacos and quesadilla’s .
At Rcity Mall, Ghatkopar, we finally met, the enthusiastic and friendly team of Taco Bell. Over our two hour session we got to learn and taste all about their food. Finally, we had to beg them to feed us less food.
|The Food Bloggers- we meet at Taco Bell|
They have an open kitchen where the customers can see their food being prepared.We were a lucky bunch and we got to enter their kitchen and see how efficiently they serve us. One important point I would like to mention here is that there is complete segregation of the veg and non-veg areas of the kitchen .
|Inside the Taco Bell Kitchen in their shirts|
About Taco Bell
Taco Bell is part of Yum! . Internationally.Yum! Brands’ owns three of the leading restaurant brands worldwide – Pizza Hut, KFC and Taco Bell.
|An example of Tacology!|
|The very yummy four dip nachos|
|Indian Taste-Tikka Masala Burritto|
|A Balanced Meal|
Did you know that the origin of Mexican food we know today is derived from Spanish food?The traditional Indian foods (inherited from the aforementioned Mayan and Aztec recipes) were changed as the Spanish colonized Mexico, bringing their own cooking ideas, methods and ingredients.
Some traditional Mexican food recipes call for ingredients such as iguana and rattlesnake!
The invention of the nacho can be credited to Ignacio Anaya, a chef in Piedras Negras, Mexico. Anaya initially made the snack for military housewives who went shopping on the holidays. The concept, however, gained popularity in the late 1970s, when Frank Liberto, a concessionaire in San Antonio, decided to sell nachos at Arlington Stadium.