One day, As we continued on our journey of North America, I took along an El Salvadorian quesadilla cake. It is a rich breakfast cake, more like a pound cake that doesn’t look or taste anything like a “quesadilla.” It has rice flour, sour cream and salty cheese. So, it is sweet, sour, salty and crunchy with a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Even though, Parmesan cheese is usually seen in most recipes, other recipes call for any salty cheese like Queso Fresco, Cheddar or Feta.
While covering North America at our geography Club. Of Course Canada figures, United States and Mexico too, but everything below Mexico pretty much gets forgotten. So, we try to put in that extra focus on the smaller countries below Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. And yet, the tendency among the students is to get back to United States and mark up the “familiar – looking ” states. Continue reading “El Salvadorian Cake takes care of Central America”