Did you possibly mean sopaipilla?
- n. alternative spelling of sopaipilla.
“Try Navajo Fry Bread very nommy wif hunny onnit–kinda like a sopapilla but wider– nom nom nom!”
“Has anyone made a mexican pizza with a sopapilla crust?”
“Morrison Milling (I believe out of Denton, Tx.) sells sopapilla mix in packets that make a dozen.”
“The meal was a stuffed sopapilla (with a meat/bean mix) & smothered with Green Chili.”
“Mass Ave Eats -- I think tamale was my first Spanish word with sopapilla a close second.”
“I found this a few months ago when I was looking for a picture of a sopapilla (which I have not made ... yet) and have been "stalking" ever since.”
“The day before, we had a sopapilla practice session: armed with a trusty recipe from Homesick Texan, we made the simplest yeasted dough, rolled it out and cut it into triangles which were fried, rolled in cinnamon sugar, and drizzled with honey.”
“That day, I don't think I ate a single sopapilla, I just rolled the dough and cut it, and watched as they puffed magically in the oil, and watched as people gathered around the counter, drizzling them with honey and eating one after another, and the whole time I couldn't wait to call my uncle and tell him all about it.”
“Last month it was two cheese enchiladas with rice and beans and a sopapilla thrown unceremoniously on top of the beans.”
“All was well, except for eldest son eating the extra chicken sopapilla that the wife ordered for the dogs.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sopapilla’.
Types of bread & breadmaking terms. Mainly I'm looking for plain or savoury breads but I'll accept the sweet-ish ones as long as they are more bread than cake :-)
Looking for tweets for sopapilla.