Taco Del Mar Rolls Out Plant-Based Spicy Chorizo Hash

Ingredient can be added to entrees including tacos, burritos, bowls and more
Taco Del Mar's Spicy Chorizo Hash
Photograph courtesy of Taco Del Mar

Taco Del Mar’s new Spicy Chorizo Hash, rolling out now to U.S. and Canadian locations, includes a plant-based seasoned chorizo alternative that includes diced potatoes, chopped onion and serrano peppers.

This new menu ingredient, a protein alternative, fits with Taco Del Mar’s Baja flavors and can be added to any entree including tacos, burritos, bowls and more at no extra cost, the Seattle-based restaurant chain, which also serves convenience-stores, said.

“We prioritize guest satisfaction and menu innovation at Taco Del Mar in order to offer ingredients fit for everyone while providing our signature Baja flavors,” said Mike Gieseman, vice president of culinary and innovation at Taco Del Mar. “Our guests will love this adventurous new ingredient that meshes perfectly as a protein choice with our extensive menu.”

The offering, for those looking to consume fewer animal proteins, joins other vegan menu offerings at Taco Del Mar, including tortillas, rice, beans, made-in-house salsas, guacamole and more.

Customers can add the Spicy Chorizo Hash to their entree for no extra cost while supplies last.

Founded in 1992, Taco Del Mar is a quick-service restaurant (QSR) chain inspired by southern Baja, Mexico and the coastal beach shacks.

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