Perú or Brazil?
Causa is a typical and popular dish made with layers of potato, mashed together with yellow bell pepper, and a filling of onion, avocado and shrimp. It’s the perfect cold appetizer.
Italy or Spain?
Gazpacho is a soup made of raw vegetables, mainly tomato, garlic, celery, and served cold from the southern region of Andalusia. Gazpacho is recommended for hot summers. It’s very refreshing, healthy and delicious at the same time.
Guatemala or Honduras?
Pepian is a hearty stew where meats are slow-cooked. It has onions, tomatoes, poblano pepper, potatoes; and seeds and nuts like peppercorns, pumpkin seeds and cumin seeds. It’s considered a “mole” because it has peppers. The dish gets its dense consistency from being thickened with seeds and nuts. It’s a toasty, rich and spicy stew.
El Salvador or Ecuador?
Llapingachos are fried potato cakes. They are usually served with a peanut sauce. The potato patties or thick pancakes are stuffed with cheese and cooked on a hot griddle until crispy brown.
Venezuela or El Salvador?
A pupusa is a traditional Salvadoran dish of a thick corn tortilla stuffed with a savory filling, typically accompanied by curtido spicy coleslaw. The tortilla is commonly handmade from corn flour, filled and cooked on a comal griddle. Common fillings include one or more of cheeses, pork chicharrones and refried beans.
- El Salvador