Roasted Tomato Salsa Verde: fire roasted tomatillos and cherry tomatoes pair beautifully with spicy jalapeno, onion, and garlic in this non-traditional salsa verde. A little sweet, a little tangy, a little spicy
Pupusas: The most common Salvadoran dish! Corn dough filled with refried beens, pulled pork, mozzarella-like cheese or any combination of the above (revueltas). Diced squash or loroco (Fernaldia pandu(Vegan Grilled Cheese)
Today I am going to share with you a delicious family recipe that might be a little different from the traditional pupusa , but still very much an El Salvadorian pupusa. I will also throw in some helpful tips and tricks on how to make your pupusa making a
I added 2 tbsp of OJ concentrate, as I love how the citrus livens up this dish, I also only used 3 chipotle peppers and chopped them finely. Our commissary sells pork stew meat, so I save that huge step of cutting it up!