Instead, the food chain wants you to serve mixed Taco Bell Rolled Chicken Tacos at your traditional holiday dinner.
Taco Bell Headquarters hosts an annual Friendsgiving dinner for its staff, each dish featuring an innovative Taco Bell spin. Past delicacies have included nacho fries au gratin (?) And sauce packet flavor (!).
And if you can't imagine anything more delicious, think of a lump of Diablo sauce on your sandwich.
The food chain has released the recipe for this at the same time awful and exciting merger on their blog for everyone to use.
The first step? Obviously, you have to look up Taco Bell for its rolled chicken Taco party package with six rolled chicken tacos and six crunchy tacos.
You will need a few more ingredients, including garlic, onion, broth, heavy whipping cream and coriander. To pull it all together, Taco Bell recommends using a cast iron pot because they don't seem to be playing with the regular pots.
The recipe starts like any other
Fry the onion and garlic. Add a few more things and simmer until it becomes deliciously aromatic, blah, blah blah.
Go ahead and support yourself for the most important and gruesome step.
Take four rolled chicken tacos (quarter because you're not an absolute wild man) and have them in the soup mix.
Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. While cooking, take a moment to reflect on what you just did and how it will affect the rest of your life. (Reflecting is not a step in Taco Bell's recipe, but it seems that it must be included. You need to cook.)
You will then take the soup and mix it with a cup of heavy whipping cream like some demented fast food Julia Child until it becomes a creamy "bisque."
At this point, you will never be able to turn around what you have done, and must decorate it as if everything is fine, and you are fine, and your friends and family are doing well after consuming it. Decorating options include cheese, a lime wedge or coriander.
But wait. It gets … foreign?
The coup for your Frankenstein-esque creation is the addition of two tacos on the side. For dipping. You will then be able to dip the tacos into their own weird tacos juice and call it a meal.
Good appetite, weirdos.