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How Many Calories are in a Taco Bell Fiesta Salad?

author image Kerry L Williams
Kerry Williams has been working as a freelance writer since 1999. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including "Parenting Toddlers with Special Needs," "Christian Parenting Handbook" and online at Hard2Config. Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Ball State University and an associate degree in surgical technology from National College.
How Many Calories are in a Taco Bell Fiesta Salad?
Salads are not always the lowest calorie choice on a menu.

Salads are not always the healthiest option on a menu and the fiesta salad at Taco Bell is no exception. Knowing the nutritional information at Taco Bell will allow you to make an informed and healthy decision when you order food.

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Taco Bell serves the fiesta salad in a fried tortilla bowl. The shell is filled with ground beef, rice, cheddar cheese, re-fried beans, lettuce, tomatoes, tortilla strips and sour cream.

Nutrition Facts

The fiesta salad at Taco Bell contains 770 calories and 370 of those calories come from fat. There are 41 g of fat in the salad and 10 g of the fat are saturated. There are 1650 milligrams of sodium in the fiesta salad with 75 g of carbohydrates and 12 g of dietary fiber.

Cutting Calories

If you want to eat the fiesta salad from Taco Bell but are not willing to consume the calories, you may want to consider ordering it without the shell. This change will cut the calories from 770 down to 470 and the fat will be reduced from 41 g down to 24. Excluding the shell eliminates 65 g of carbohydrates bringing the total down to 10 g.

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