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Old June 08, 2009, 07:36 PM
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Yo he comido pupusas de calabacita con carne.

¡Deliciosas!

Son muy parecidas a las "gorditas" mexicanas.

Yo solamente como las pupusas qué no tienen carne porque soy vegetariana.
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No, Poli... el huarache es plano, casi como una tortilla. Como dijo Elaina, las pupusas se parecen más a las gorditas.
O, pensaba que los huaraches eran rellenos. Ahora veo que son parecidos
a los sopes con los ingredientes sobre la masa. ¿Estoy en los cierto?

Sé que la pupusa es rellena pero más delgada que las gorditas. Otra diferencia entre las gorditas y pupusas es los ingredientes de las pupusas están rellenados cuando la masa es cruda y después la pupusa es freido o asado.

¿Has probado las arepas venezolanas? Son como tortillas gordas partidas
y rellenas con varios ingredientes. La masa de esas arepas es siempre hecho de harina de maiz blanca.
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Cierto, los huaraches (también se llaman memelas) son como los sopes, pero más grandes y alargados. La diferencia en ingredientes es que a los sopes normalmente se les pone pollo deshebrado o chorizo y a los huaraches se les pone cualquier tipo de carne.

La masa de las gorditas se rellena en crudo, se cuece y luego se abre para ponerle lechuga, queso y salsa.

Nunca he probado las arepas, pero es seguro que será parte de mis curiosidades cuando pueda viajar a Sudamérica.


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Someone can tells me What is puposas?
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@Crotalito: Si lees la conversación completa y ves las fotos, vas a saber qué son las pupusas.
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I can see that the puposas is food, it's right.

Only I asked the about the word, I'm sorry.
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I can see that the puposas is food, it's right.

Only I asked the about the word, I'm sorry.
Poopoos are something else in English I think!
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No tenemos las pupusas aquí .. ¿A lo mejor en Ottawa, Canada? ¿Alguien vive allí que saben? Yo no sé los restaurantes en Ontario que venden un comida de español ..
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No me sorprendería si hay restaurantes españoles en Toronto. Sé que hay
comida hispana.
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