Pupusas are a staple in many other Latin American countries, no one can argue where they originally came from! Pupusas are griddle cakes that are made with a corn or rice flour bread dough.
This juice is made from a combination of tropical fruits, lemon juice, water, and sugar. It’s intended to be super refreshing and cheap to make.
In El Salvador, Horchata is completely different. It’s a dairy-free creamy beverage made from a variety of seeds, rice, sugar, and seasonings.
These sweet Empanadas are special in a couple of ways. First, they are made with plantain dough. It’s not extremely sweet, easy to work with, and even easier to make.
Quesadilla Salcadoreña is a type of baked cheesecake that can be found in almost every coffee shop and bakery in the country.