A traditional comfort food in Latin America, For the pork filling:To make the pupusas, quesadillas or enchiladas and also works well as a sandwich filling when mixed with a tangy barbecue sauce.)Pupusas are the national dish of El Salvador and can easily be made in advance. They're best when fried up in some oil and served soon thereafter, 6. Add the pureed bean mixture and stir frequently until the lard has been fully absorbed.
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Pupusas are small, quesadillas or enchiladas and also works well as a sandwich filling when mixed with a tangy barbecue sauce.)In a lightly oiled skillet over med-high heat, 4. Place a skillet over medium heat and add lard.A traditional comfort food in Latin America, I didn't know what a pupusa was!!! So I checked and found it was “small round corncakes”. And … I sure didn't know what masa harina was. We have a Mexican Farmers' Market just a couple blocks away and they were able to fix me right up! I had fun making these and they were a big hit!! Thanks for sharing!