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Pulled Turkey Pupusas with Pickled Cabbage
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from USdish from El Salvador4 c. masa harina2 tsp. salt2 tsp. baking powder4 tbsp. shortening not liquid oil1 1/2 c. warm water approximately1/2 lb. shredded Muenster cheeseCombine dry ingredients, cut shortening into dry ingredients with ...
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ChelseaW
Pupusas (Salvadoran stuffed masa flatbread) Pupusas are similar to corn tortillas, only thicker and stuffed with cheese, beans or meat. The pupusa originated in El Salvador, but it is also popular in neighboring Honduras. Pupusas are traditionally made by slapping the dough back and forth between greased palms. A tortilla press is quicker and easier for beginners.
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from USdish from El Salvador4 c. masa harina2 tsp. salt2 tsp. baking powder4 tbsp. shortening not liquid oil1 1/2 c. warm water approximately1/2 lb. shredded Muenster cheeseCombine dry ingredients, cut shortening into dry ingredients with ...
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Missy Wombat
From the streets of El Salvador and Honduras, these are masa 'cakes' with a filling that is fried. The usual fillings are meat or cheese but there is no reason why beans etc could not be used.
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We couldn't pry the original recipe for these cornmeal pies out of chef Gloria Salmerón, but our interpretation is tasty, too.
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Description Pupusa is a tortilla made of corn flour (masa) stuffed with various things like cheese, pork, and beans. The pupusa is stuffed while forming the tortilla. It is a culinary artform, and not everyone can make them. It takes skill and ...
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Tiny_Toodles
This salsa is great served with Salvadorean pupusas as well as a salsa to eat with traditional meals such as Yucca and Enchiladas Salvadorenos (more like a tostada).
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Velda de la Grza, Cooking Light APRIL 2001
Typically, a pupusa is a patty of masa harina dough that's filled with meat and cheese, flattened, and baked. This easier version dispenses with having to fill and shape the individual patties.
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Valeria
My boyfriend and I love going to Salvadorian restaurants in DC and ordering these hot and cheesy corn cakes with curtido (a condiment resembling coleslaw) and hot sauce. In the restaurants, you see the cook making these very fast, and I'm always amazed by how thin they get the outer layer of dough without any holes. The filling always stays inside, waiting for you! You have to work with this recipe several times to get it right, but it's worth trying if you want to do your own pupusas. The most important suggestion I have is to always, always use masa harina flour (fine ground cornmeal made from dry hominy). North American corn meal is not an adequate substitute and you'll get an extra greasy, uneven result. You can find all of the ingredients in a Spanish store or bodega.
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Debbie R.
This is from whats4eats.com. I haven't tried it yet. Thie site had a lot of great variations on this treat from El Salvador. Times are guesstimates. You can make vegan papusas by using a bean, potato and/or chili pepper filling. Whatever filling you choose to make from those listed below, you will need one cup of it to fill the breads.
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Grace Parisi
Pupusas are freshly made, thick corn tortillas that are stuffed with a flavorful meat and cheese.
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