Etiquetas » Pupusas

Summer Squash Pupusas

By Alicia Maher

The following is an excerpt from my introduction to the Pupusa recipe in my cookbook, Delicious El Salvador.

The word “pupusa” derives from the Nahuat language and it has two possible meanings, either “stuffed” or “puffy,” perhaps in reference to the fillings and how pupusas puff up after cooked. 655 palabras más

Delicious El Salvador


I first discovered the mighty delicious pupusa on an unassuming corner of Southeast Minneapolis. It happened to be across from one of my favorite breakfast spots… 266 palabras más


The Guanaquita satisfies!

I personally think we’re undeserved in Waterloo Region when it comes to Mexican food. Plenty of burrito places are popping up all over but there are very few places you can go to in the tri-cities to get some good Mexican grub. 248 palabras más


Pupusas, Cartlandia, Portland, Oregon

Lyhyesti suomeksi lopussa

Our visit on Cartlandia enforced my believe one of my opinions: Always try new things. Because of that I have already taste pig feet, turkey neck, Codfish and Crocodiles tail. 417 palabras más


Red Hook Ball Field Vendors Are Back For 2016

The Red Hook Ball Field Vendors are back for a new season, earlier than ever. Although, as I wrote last year, the number of vendors has shrunk it’s still worth a trip out for some good food. 49 palabras más

Red Hook

Adentro Cojutepeque


So what’s the difference? It’s actually pronounced PUP•USA. Pupusas are the typical dish from the Central American country El Salvador. El Salvador is known for their mouth savoring Pupusas made with beans, cheese, and chicharones (also known as pork rinds). 224 palabras más