Salbut

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Salbutes

A salbut (from the Yucatec maya 'Zaal' light and 'But' stuffed) is a puffed deep fried tortilla that is topped with lettuce, sliced avocado, pulled chicken or turkey, tomato and pickled red onion. Salbutes originate from the Yucatán peninsula and are a staple in Belize.

Salbutes are mostly sold in the evenings when parties of friends or family go out to eat. Salbutes are served at fast food restaurants called panucherias which also serve panuchos, tostadas, tortas, and caldos. Salbutes are fried and topped to order and often served with soda drink.

References[edit]

Bayless, Rick. Mexican Kitchen. (1996). ISBN 9780684800066.