November 13, 2011 by midnitechef
The pupusa is so fundamental to the cuisine of El Salvador that the country declared November 13th as National Pupusa Day.
Posted in Bits and Bytes, Breakfast-Brunch, Dinner, Fall, Seasonal, Spring, Winter | Tagged 13, beans, celebrate, cheese, food, holidays, national, November, Pupusa Day, recipes | 2 Comments
I’ve never heard of a pupusa before but they look tasty! Are they made with corn or wheat flour?
That is masa (corn) flour, the same as tamales.
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