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If you want to make Pupusas (El Salvador's national dish, you're going to need some curtido. You eat pupusas with curtido and salsa roja (red sauce). Curtido is this lacto-fermented cabbage slaw/salad/relish/kraut. Eating pupusas without the curtido is apparently unthinkable. It’s like omitting the peanut butter from a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

If you want to make Pupusas (El Salvador's national dish, you're going to need some curtido. You eat pupusas with curtido and salsa roja (red sauce). Curtido is this lacto-fermented cabbage slaw/salad (Canning Cabbage Recipes)

http://www.food.com/recipe/curtido-de-repollo-el-salvadorean-cabbage-salad-207798   Curtido De Repollo- Great condiment for Pupusas

Curtido De Repollo - El Salvadorean Cabbage Salad

This spicy Salvadoreno coleslaw is the traditional zesty topping for pupusas (thick corn tortillas stuffed with cheese). You can also try serving it with fish or black beans, inside burritos or on top of quesadillas.

I find it fascinating that so many cultures around the world have recipes for fermented cabbage.  Europe has sauerkraut, Korea has kimchi, and El Salvador has curtido! When something is done all ar...

How to make Curtido/Cortido (Salvadorian sauerkraut)- 2 ways

I find it fascinating that so many cultures around the world have recipes for fermented cabbage. Europe has sauerkraut, Korea has kimchi, and El Salvador has curtido! When something is done all ar…

Pupusas: The most common Salvadoran dish! Corn dough filled with refried beens, pulled pork, mozzarella-like cheese or any combination of the above (revueltas). Diced squash or loroco (Fernaldia pandurata) are sometimes added with the cheese. Flattened and grilled. Served with curtido. No forks needed. #fingerfood #salvador #easyfood

Pupusas (El Salvadorian Grilled Cheese)

Pupusas: The most common Salvadoran dish! Corn dough filled with refried beens, pulled pork, mozzarella-like cheese or any combination of the above (revuel.

Quick Curtido (Mexican Cabbage Slaw) is best made ahead of time - perfect for entertaining!

By Kath Dedon . Quick Curtido (Mexican Cabbage Slaw) is a recipe that I found on Serious Eats. Author Lauren Rothman says that Curtido is popular in many Latin American countries and it adds a welc…

Red onion and tomato salsa - known as Curtido - fantastic blog to follow! Love her!!

Recipe for curtido de cebolla y tomate, a Latin style lime pickled red onion and tomato salad or lime marinated onion tomato salsa

Today I am going to share with you a delicious family recipe that might be a little different from the traditional pupusa , but still very much an El Salvadorian pupusa. I will also throw in some helpful tips and tricks on how to make your pupusa making a little easier. It’s all about the Masa. If you have a good consistency, and perfect the art, it will be smooth sailing. http://www.thehomemadelife.com/papusas-a-salvadorian-delight/

Today I am going to share with you a delicious family recipe that might be a little different from the traditional pupusa , but still very much an El Salvadorian pupusa. I will also throw in some helpful tips and tricks on how to make your pupusa making a

Curtido De Repollo - El Salvadorean Cabbage Salad

Curtido De Repollo - El Salvadorean Cabbage Salad

This spicy Salvadoreno coleslaw is the traditional zesty topping for pupusas (thick corn tortillas stuffed with cheese). You can also try serving it with fish or black beans, inside burritos or on top of quesadillas.

This salsa is great served with Salvadorean pupusas as well as a salsa to eat with traditional meals such as Yucca and Enchiladas Salvadorenos (more like a tostada).

Salsa for Pupusas

This salsa is great served with Salvadorean pupusas as well as a salsa to eat with traditional meals such as Yucca and Enchiladas Salvadorenos (more like a tostada).