What the heck are pupusas? Besides delicious, they’re a homemade corn masa dough stuffed with refried beans and cheese.
Today I have for you a guest post that I did for Bren at Flanboyant Eats.
It’s for Hispanic Heritage Month. Am I Hispanic? No, but my husband is. Bren and I had talked about it before, so she asked me to be a part in celebrating on her blog. How fun!
My mother in law is from Honduras. She and her sisters moved here when they were young--I think my mother in law was 18 or 19 when she came to this country. She didn’t do much cooking growing up, so she doesn’t have many family recipes. Surprisingly, it’s not easy to find recipes from Honduras online. I thought you could find everything online! I turned to Goya and their Central American cookbook for this one. I found quite a few more to make, as well, so keep an eye out for those!
So head on over to Bren’s place for the recipe--it’s simple and delicious, and I think, very versatile.