Breakfast Pupusas

Calling all fried egg lovers, turn your savory pupusa into a full meal with a runny, fried egg — you can never go wrong with fried.

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  • 1 of your favorite Tres Latin Foods pupusas
  • 1 egg
  • 2 teaspoons cooking oil, divided
  • salt and pepper



Heat 1 tsp oil over medium heat


Cook pupusa according to directions on the package.


Remove pupusa from pan, adding the second teaspoon of oil


Crack egg into pan sprinkle with salt and pepper


Cook for 1 minute, then flip and cook for 1 more minute (yoke should be runny and spill out over pupusa)


Remove the egg from the pan and place it on top of your pupusa, enjoy immediately

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