The cuisine of El Salvador is rich and varied. This Latin American country is flanked by Pacific Ocean to the south, Guatemala to the northwest, and Honduras to the north and east - all of which result in a colorful and flavorful cuisine.
Corn is a staple crop and naturally finds its way into many dishes, along with rice, beans, and tomatoes. You'll find plenty of seafood, tropical fruits, meats and refreshing beverages to keep you well fed during your travels.
Below is an overview of Salvadoran cuisine and some of the traditional dishes you'll want to try.
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