Instead, the Quesalupa's shell comprises equal parts crispy and chewy shell, just infused with melted pepper jack cheese. That vehicle comes filled with seasoned beef, lettuce, reduced-fat sour cream, tomato, and cheddar cheese. We ordered the standard beef Quesalupa along with Taco Bell's steak, chicken, and breakfast versions.
As promised, the Quesalupas come stuffed with a muy grande amount of cheese, both inside the shell and atop the standard filling. Ours came with particularly generous blobs of sour cream, which we're not mad about at all. They're also remarkably hefty, thanks to the added cheese, which is another plus.
However, the shell isn't as crispy as expected based on Taco Bell's promotional images. In real life, it's much softer and chewier, and likely won't afford you Instagram-grade strands of cheese when you tear it in half. We tried. It's definitely a bit denser than expected.