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A Legacy of Salvadoran Flavor Across Generations

Experience the Richness of Salvadoran Tradition in Every Bite at Our Family-Run Pupuseria

What is a pupusa?

A pupusa is a traditional Salvadoran dish resembling a thick, soft flatbread, made from cornmeal or rice flour dough. It's heartier and chewier than a tortilla and is stuffed with delicious fillings like a blend of cheeses, refried beans, and shredded pork. Cooked on a flat surface, it has a slightly crispy exterior and a warm, savory interior. Pupusas are typically served with curtido, a tangy cabbage slaw, and a thin tomato salsa, offering a unique combination of flavors that distinguishes it from familiar Mexican cuisine.

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