5 Reviews

These were great! My family made these often when I was young and we used cookie cutters to make fun shapes. We loved watching them poof up! The temperature really is key to get them to poof. I don't have a thermometer that goes high enough, but heating the oil on 8 out of 10 on my electric stove worked well. Thanks!!

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Charity C June 17, 2009

Took these to a Mexican dinner party and everyone just raved about them! This was my first attempt to make sopapillas and they were very easy with this recipe! Thanks!

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Meggers718 October 07, 2008

These are so yummy! I didn't have the patience to let the dough rest. My dough was impossible to work with probably because I didn't follow directions. Mine puffed but didn't hollow out.

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Tina A July 01, 2008

These were as good as the ones served in the "Pancho's" Resturant in Texas

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TinaSue October 11, 2004

These are positively addictive and out of this world! I love these. The first time I had them was in Denver, Co. I am so glad you shared the recipe with us. They just are so perfect! And of course the honey and cinnamon is definite plus!

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glitter May 01, 2004
Sopapillas