VIDEO: Have you tried the pupizza yet? the succulent Salvadoran dish that has gone viral on TikTok

Salvadoran creativity in the kitchen never ceases to amaze Internet users, now a fusion of dishes is the sensation on social networks. Do you dare to try it?

Salvadoran creativity in the kitchen never ceases to amaze Internet users, now a fusion of traditional pupusas and the emblematic pizza is the sensation among compatriots on TikTok and other social networks, it is the “pupizza”, a delicacy prepared by the “La Pupusa Urban Eatery” pupuseria in downtown Los Angeles, California.

The business was founded by Juan and Stephanie, both born in Los Angeles to Salvadoran migrant parents. One of his most talked-about creations is “La Mamasota”, a pupusa 18 inches in diameter, cut into triangular portions, like a pizza.

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Part of the viral success of this dish is due to a video posted on TikTok by the account @yumyumfeast (María Viera), who describes herself as a “Latina foodie” and is in charge of promoting the delicacies of Latin food, among which are various dishes with Salvadoran seal.

In said video, María is seen with a group of friends enjoying the “pupizza”. The video clip shows how they place the respective curtido and the sauce on the pupusa and then proceed to try it as if it were a pizza, cut into triangles.

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Salvadorans and other Internet users did not hesitate to be noticed in the comments section. “I wouldn’t share it with anyone, I eat it by myself,” wrote a user on TikTok. “Why would I have to share it?” added another tiktoker. “I’m not Salvadoran but I want to eat one of those pupusas, because you have good food. A Mexican tells them”, commented another user.

Other users took advantage of the comments section to highlight that this dish is also known as “crazy pupusa”. Regardless of the name given to it or the nationality of the guests, everyone in the comments agrees that Salvadoran gastronomic delights are a delight.