CLEVELAND, Ohio -- If you think a fried chicken taco shell is a brilliant idea, you better run for the border and quickly.
Taco Bell's is discontinuing its much ballyhooed Naked Chicken Chalupa in March, less than two months after unleashing it on a "sure, we'll try anything once" public.
A Taco Bell spokesperson told the Associated Press although the fried chicken chalupa was popular and exceeded their expectations, it was always planned as a limited-time offer. He also hinted the item could return in the future.
The Naked Chicken Chalupa is made from all-white seasoned chicken and topped with lettuce, tomatoes, cheddar cheese and avocado ranch sauce.
"I give it a solid B+," cleveland.com videographer Zachariah Durr said in a taste test of the chalupa back in January. "If I was out all night and I was in a world of hurt, this would probably be an A."
The Naked Chicken Chalupa costs $2.99 a pop or $5 in combo meal.
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