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El Salvador foods are a mixture of Spanish cuisine and indigenous foods from native groups such as Mayan, Xinca, Lenca, Pogoman, Cacaopera, and Pipil. Most of the traditional Salvadoran foods are made with corn and include pork, chicken, or seafood.
The country has a large variety of tasty local dishes that are served all over the territory. Near the coast, you will find a mixture of foods that include fresh seafood. In the country’s inner part, such as the nation’s capital, you will find local foods that include meats such as pork, beef, and chicken.
CLASSIC DISHES TO EAST
Pupusas • Tamales • Pan con Pollo
Empanadas • Yuca Frita con Chicharón
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