The humble pupusa sticks to its Salvadoran roots

04/4/2012 | Washington Post, The

Pupusas, a staple food in El Salvador, have made their mark in Washington, D.C., where foodies are treated to the masa dough pocket filled with various ingredients. Few pupuserias branch out beyond the usual fillings of pork, beans, cheese and loroco, a Salvadoran flower bud with a complex vegetal flavor.

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