(Salvadoran stuffed masa flatbread)
Pupusas are similar to corn tortillas, only thicker and stuffed with cheese, beans or meat. The pupusa originated in El Salvador, but it is also popular in neighboring Honduras. Pupusas are traditionally made by slapping the dough back and forth between greased palms. A tortilla press is quicker and easier for beginners.
Few recipes are so locally famous, yet so little known elsewhere, as schnitz un knepp from Pennsylvania. It combines two foods, ham and apples, that are staples of Pennsylvania Dutch cooking. Schnitz means "sliced, dried apples" and knepp is "dumpling".
From Heritage of America Cookbook
Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, sign in or register.