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NJ steals Burque-Salvadorian dining

January 16, 2008

Something stinks in Jersey. Yeah, I guess somethings stink in Jersey, but it isn’t the delicious caldo de camerone crema! Central Jersey’s Home News Tribune unabashedly attempts to duplicate a caldo recipe served at Albuquerque’s very own Pupuseria y Restaurant Salvadoreno:

Caldo camerone is a brothy, soupy meal, pink on pink. Add creaminess with milk or canned, unsweetened coconut milk (usually with the Asian ingredients in your supermarket).

It’s fashioned after an unforgettable soup served in a modest little Salvadoran restaurant, Pupuseria y Restaurant Salvadoreno, in Albuquerque, N.M. Though the owner declines to divulge his own recipe, we’ve done a fair job of duplicating it, and the secret is coconut milk.

Ah, ha! Coconut milk. I knew it.

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