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  • How to make a pupusas recipe.
    This pupusas recipe is inspired by a traditional Latin American dish of corn tortilla filled with cheese, beans, peppers and meat …although you can use any combo of ingredients you like to cook pupusas. Corn flour is mixed with salt and water to make a corn dough, or masa, and wrapped around a center filling;
    that filling can simply be cheese and peppers, but I like to make it a full meal by adding beans and meat as well.
    A printable copy of this pupusas recipe (including “curtido”, a pickled slaw) and more tips on how to prepare it can be found at


    Give this easy Salvadoran inspired pupusa recipe a try and let me know what you think, and for more recipes check out the Chef Buck playlist:


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    What You Need To Make This Easy Pupusas Recipe:
    2 cups CORN FLOUR
    about 1½ cups WATER
    SALT and PEPPER to taste
    1 tsp TURMERIC (optional)
    here are some filling ideas…use any
    combo, and substitute what you like:
    leftover MEATS (minced)
    CHEESE (grated)
    pickled PEPPERS (like green chili or jalapeno)

    How To Make Pupusas:

    First thing, mix up your pupusa filling…this will allow time for the flavors to interact.
    You can simply use cheese and peppers, but adding a little refried beans and leftover meat
    into the mixture can turn your pupusas into a filling meal.
    I often mince up leftover breakfast sausage to add into my filling, but any pork, beef, or chicken
    will do, just be sure to use meat that is already cooked through; it’s a great way to use leftovers.
    Combine the filling ingredients together in a bowl.
    Mix well and set aside.
    In another bowl, add corn flour (Maseca is a popular brand in the USA, but any corn flour will do).
    Add in salt and pepper and turmeric.
    Turmeric is not a traditional pupusa ingredient, but I find it adds a great color.
    Mix dry ingredients together.
    Add in warm tap water and mix into a dough …it mixes quite easily;
    Use your hands to mix…this will give you a better sense of the dough consistency.
    Mix until the dough is “doughy” and pliable–not too dry and not too wet–add additional water
    or flour until reaches this consistency.
    Tear off a handful of dough and roll it into a ball, then flatten the dough into a disc.
    Place a ball of the cheese/bean/meat filling in the center of the disc, and then close up the edges
    of the dough, sealing the filling inside a doughy ball.
    Pinch off any excess dough from the top and return it to the bowl.
    Flatten the dough filled ball into a disc shape, try to keep the disc intact, but if the filling leaks slightly,
    it’s no big deal.
    You can use more dough, or less filling, or be more careful folding the filling inside to make an absolutely
    perfect pupusa…but why work that hard?
    I like my pupusas to have a thin tortilla skin.
    I like them to leak a little bit…I like the taste of the toasted cheese on the edges.
    But that’s just me…follow your heart; but believe me, if your pupusas aren’t perfect,
    they’ll taste just as good, or better.
    Heat a lightly oiled griddle or skillet on med/med-high heat and cook the pupusas
    about three minutes on each side.
    And that’s it.
    Serve as a snack or main meal. Top with sour cream, salsa, or even a cabbage slaw for a nicely balanced dish.

    Give this pupusas recipe a try and let me know what you think, and bon appétit!

    Thanks for checking out this pupusas recipe. If you like what you see, share it with your friends and family on social media, I appreciate it!
    –Chef Buck

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    This video is to bring you a closer look at the Pemko EV2326BL. This is a black what they call a Eco V commercial rubber threshold. The ECO V is a bio based material with no heavy metals or has less impact on the environment. This is a black material and will be used commonly in exterior doors. This is available in specifically only 3ft lengths, 4ft lengths, and 6ft lengths. There are dimensions below this video and let’s go over that now. This is a pretty common commercial item and I see these installed in restaurants and hotels all the time. 2-3/4″ is the overall width and has a 23/33 seconds overall height so basically 3-1/4″. It is intended to get 3/8″ tile installed under there so it will fit right inside here and this top lip is going to sit on the title. It created an ideal transition where tile meets another tile. This seems pliable but yet durable and not a hard plastic. It is not uncommon to put this down with adhesive. There is a link below this video to a document called installation. The full line of the Pemko products can also be viewed to the manufacture’s page and review all things thresholds and weather stripping related from Pemko in a single document. If you have any questions on the EV2346BL a commercial black threshold for tile or any other Pemko products please feel free to reach out to us. Thank you

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