7 Taco Bell Menu Items From The 1980s You Probably Forgot About

Bell Beefer: This was essentially a sloppy joe sandwich made with taco ingredients, featuring seasoned ground beef, lettuce, cheese, and taco sauce served on a hamburger bun.

Enchirito: A cross between an enchilada and a burrito, the Enchirito was filled with seasoned beef, beans, onions, and cheese, then smothered in red sauce and topped with more cheese.

Tostada Grande: A larger version of the regular tostada, the Tostada Grande featured beans, seasoned beef, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, and tangy sauce piled high on a crispy corn tortilla.

MexiMelt: This was a warm, soft tortilla filled with seasoned beef, cheese, and pico de gallo, then melted to perfection.

Seafood Salad: Taco Bell briefly experimented with seafood in the 1980s, offering a salad topped with shrimp and a special seafood dressing.

Chilito: A warm flour tortilla filled with chili and cheese, the Chilito was a hearty and spicy option on the menu.

Chili Cheese Burrito (Chilito): Sometimes also referred to as the Chilito, this burrito was filled with seasoned beef, chili sauce, and melted cheese, providing a flavorful and filling meal.