Papusas, anyone?

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RE: Papusas, anyone? 2008/12/12 13:07:19 (permalink)
When I lived in Hattiesburg, MS. there was a wonderful place called Salsa with great Latin-American food. The owners were Salvadoran, and made wonderful papusas. They reminded me of southern-style hoe cakes topped with barbecue and slaw. I don't know if Salsa is still open. I make my own now, since my Salvadoran boyfriend showed me how!
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RE: Papusas, anyone? 2008/12/12 18:25:05 (permalink)
I have yet to make my own pupusas ( I got the correct spelling ) but I'm hoping to sometime soon. I have to go to Chattanooga to find them so, just like tenderloins, I'll have to make my own.
Anything special I should know before I begin? Any hints?
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RE: Papusas, anyone? 2008/12/13 14:48:35 (permalink)
I've never made them but there are lots of sites online with pictures, explanations and even videos. I think the authentic way involves slapping the filled dough back and forth between the hands to shape them up. I'd like to try it with maybe some different fillings.
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