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(RNN) - Scrambled eggs, sausages, wrapped in a fried waffle, drizzled with maple syrup has taken the fast-food breakfast menu by storm - and it's expanding.
It's called the waffle taco, and Taco Bell is making it available to more Americans after positive reviews in Southern California.
Starting Thursday, the waffle taco will be available at Taco Bell restaurants in cities such as Omaha, NE, Chattanooga, TN and Fresno, CA.
Taco Bell first tested the waffle taco in Southern California earlier this year. It later became the top seller during breakfast hours.
If the waffle taco does well, a Taco Bell spokesman says it may become available to all Taco Bells that serve breakfast.
Brian Niccol, president of Taco Bell, told the Washington Post, "You only get one shot when you go with big items."
Taco Bell offers breakfast at 850 locations in 10 western states.
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