Delicious El Salvador: 75 Authentic Recipes for Traditional Salvadoran Cooking

by Alicia Maher

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Hola, I am Alicia Maher, born and raised in El Salvador, I call Los Angeles my home since 1986. I am the author and publisher of Delicious El Salvador: 75 Authentic Recipes for Traditional Salvadoran Cooking. In 2014, in Beijing, I won the Gourmand Award for Best First Cookbook in the World, the first time El Salvador’s traditional food has won the equivalent of a gold medal. These recipes have been passed down in my family from generation to generation. I wrote Delicious El Salvador in an effort to preserve and and rescue the authentic Salvadoran cultural food heritage, and legacy for my children, future generations, and food lovers everywhere. Delicious El Salvador has authentic Salvadoran recipes for Pupusas, Salvadoran Quesadilla, Panes con Pavo (sandwiches Salvadoran style), Soups, Seafood, Custard, and many more authentic recipes from El Salvador like: • Salvadoran Tortillas and Empanadas • Shrimp Cocktail with Pink Sauce • • Chicken with Pumpkin Seed Sauce • Chorizo and Egg Soup • Steak & Onions • • Red Beans and Pupusa fillings • Chicken with Pumpkin Seed Sauce • • Salvadoran Salsas • Summer Squash in Cream Sauce • Salvadoran Roasted Turkey in Salsa in Salsa Criolla • Sweet Iced Pineapple • Atol de Piña • Rompope • Marquesote • • Mango in Almibar and Cinnamon • Torrejas in Sugar and Cinnamon Syrup

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ISBN-13: 9780983980919
Publisher: Pacific Apicius Corporation
Publication date: 01/02/2012
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Alicia Maher is passionate about cooking and is completely in her element in the kitchen. From a very young age, Alicia loved to cook and bake in her native El Salvador. She shopped the local markets for fresh ingredients like meats, vegetables, and spices, and learned the Salvadoran cooking traditions from her paternal grandmother and her numerous aunts. She is passionate about Salvadoran food and has always enjoyed preparing and sharing her home cooking with family and friends. After leaving El Salvador at the age of nineteen, Alicia moved to Washington, D.C. with her first husband, an American diplomat, where they lived for two years before moving to Kfar Shmaryahu, Israel. Wherever she was, Alicia immersed herself in the culture, language, and local food traditions. While fulfilling the official duties of a spouse in the busy diplomatic corps, Alicia lent her grace, charm, food styling, and sense of decor to the numerous State Department events she hosted in her homes for international dignitaries, ambassadors, artists, and celebrities.

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