FRESNO, Calif. --The masterminds at Taqueria Yarelis in Fresno have gained an even bigger following on Facebook thanks to a video of their "anaconda" burrito.
It's a 3-foot long burrito, meant to feed five adults.
On Nov. 21, one of the restaurant owners posted a video showing exactly how it's made.
They start by laying down five tortillas, then stuffing it with meat, cheese, beans and all the other ingredients. Then, it's grilled or baked.
Since being posted, the video has gone viral with more than 17 million views. And now, they have fans as far away as San Diego who visited over the weekend to get a taste of the anaconda.
Taqueria Yarelis is off of Belmont Avenue and Fresno Street. The giant burrito costs $23.