The cuisine of El-Salvador - North America

North America El-Salvador SV

The foods of El-Salvador

The cuisine of El Salvador is a blend of Native American and Spanish influences, with a focus on maize, pork, and seafood. Some of the most popular dishes are:

Pupusas: stuffed tortillas made of rice or corn flour, filled with cheese, pork, beans, or loroco (a flower bud). They are served with tomato sauce and
curtido (a fermented cabbage salad).
Sopa de mondongo: a soup made of cow’s feet, tripe, and tendons, cooked with corn, cassava, and vegetables.
Yuca frita: fried cassava root, topped with chicharron (fried pork skin) and pepesca (fried sardines). It can also be boiled and served with salads. Panes rellenos: warm sandwiches stuffed with roasted turkey or chicken, tomato, watercress, cucumber, and cabbage.
Pasteles de carne: meat pies filled with beef, potatoes, and carrots, wrapped in corn dough and fried.
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Cooking in El-Salvador

El-Salvador desserts