The Chalupas' are pretty much the same stuff Taco Bell has been pushing for years: beef, chicken, or steak, with iceberg lettuce and cheese (that is the Chalupa Classic), plus salsa (the Santa Fe), cheese sauce (the Baja), or tomato and sour cream (the Supreme).
The gimmick is that each variety -- with its own sauce -- is stuffed in a piece of folded deep-fried flatbread that is soft on the inside.
The Steak or Chicken Classic will do the least damage -- 310 calories, almost 500 mg of sodium, and 16 grams of fat, four or five of them saturated. That is a quarter of a day's saturated fat...and it doesn't even include any trans fat from the frying oil.
The Beef Supreme delivers half a day's saturated fat.
Pick up a Chalupa Value Meal and you'll get two Chalupas, a hard-shell taco, and a large soda.
You'll also get 970 calories, 56 grams of fat, and 20 grams of saturated fat.
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