Saturday, March 29, 2014

Baby Shower Pupusas

One of the perks of having a friend from El Salvador is I get to eat homemade, fresh pupusas everytime I come over. I was invited to my friend's baby shower where they had silly games and the most delicious pupupas I've ever had. Scroll down and be jelous o_O.

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Homemade fresh Pupusa with chicharron (pork rinds) and cheese. It's so good!

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My friend's god mother makes the best pupusas I've ever had. She's legit.

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They also had chicken salad tostada. It has shredded chicekn, potatoes, corn and peas. So

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I wish my friend Ingrid a safe delivery. She's having a boy and I couldn't be more excited for her!

Homemade Cilantro/Parsley Pesto

Homemade Cilantro and Parsley Pesto is what we made in cooking class. In case you didn't know, I hold a mini cooking class at work to kids with Autism. It's more for fun than an actual serious cooking class. The kids are able to help each other make simple and easy dishes and it really helps with their cognitive and motor skills.They seem to enjoy it, especially the eating part lol.

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Ingredients: eyeball ingredients
  • a bunch of parsely
  • a bunch of cilantro
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • any kind of pasta noodle of your choice
  • grated parmesan cheese
  • salt and pepper
  • lemon juice
  • olive oil

  1. Combine a handful of parsely, cilanto, olive oil in a blender. Blend until smooth. 
  2. Season with salt and pepper. Be careful with salt. The Parmesan cheese is salty already.
  3. Pour on cooked pasta. Mix
  4. Add grated parmesan cheese. Mix
  5. Enjoy!

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