There is no dish that better represents the diverse cuisine of El Salvador than the pupusa. The round, griddled flatbread is made with masa harina (corn flour) and stuffed with cheese, beans, pork, and other variations of deliciousness. Once a skin, leopard-spotted by char, has formed around the chewy and cheese-laden center, the pupusas are served with acidic, crunchy curtido (coleslaw) and spicy red salsa. Sometimes called the most popular food in El Salvador, pupusas earn the hype.
Fortunately, there are a number of great Dallas restaurants serving excellent Salvadoran cuisine, including stellar pupusas. Use this map as a guide to the city’s best.
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