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Pupusas : SFBA Dish of the Month September 2014

hyperbowler | Sep 1, 201404:42 PM     61

Pupusas are the September 2014 dish of the month!

Dish of the Month is an activity where we collectively try as many versions of Pupusas as we can, reporting back with details and photos. We aim to try versions that are new to you.

Never heard of Pupusas before? Great! Now's your chance to try it for the first time and tell us what you think!

Pupusas are a Salvadoran thick, hand formed, tortilla-like product that's usually filled before grilling. The accompaniments are a watery tomato salsa and a slaw called curtido. Fillings vary and the dough can be (nixtamalized) corn or rice-based.

Report back on the Pupusas you eat, how you like them, and what they're like.

Previous reports:
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/801845
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9719... (fresh masa vs. masa harina )

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