Talk:Salvadoran cuisine

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Atol de Elote and others[edit]

There is no mention of Atol de elote. Many Salvadorans drink hot Atol de elote. Also in the breakfast section, chorizo could be included.

Tamarindo, cevada and arrayan are also popular tropical drinks.

I havent lived in El Salvador for a while but a "charamusca" was a kid favorite. Also mango verde con chile y alguaiste.

Fruits: jocotes, guayabas, marañones.

On salads, ensalada de ahuacate is very common and one of my favorites.

Desserts: Arroz en leche isnt mentioned. Cemita also is very popular.

--Javierbaires1 03:18, 14 January 2007 (UTC)Javierbaires1

Western Gaseosas[edit]

Sodas were introduced to El Salvador from the USA which would be the North not the West.

external links[edit]

i believe one of the links in the External links section is down ( the one for el salvador.org) if it is not working again in a few days i would like to take it down if there are objections.Killemall22 (talk) 18:55, 25 August 2008 (UTC)

gallo en chichas[edit]

(1) "dulce de tapa"? Do you mean "tapa dulce" (brown sugar)? (2) "piña" (pineapple) is an important ingredient, and other fruits are used. (3) The "chichas" (corn kernels) are slightly fermented.

I can supply a recipe if anyone should want it. Wugo (talk) 23:43, 26 December 2008 (UTC)