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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Sopapillas {Made Simple}

Early this summer, at a church event, I had the opportunity to eat some Sopapillas for dessert.  The Sopapillas tasted good, though obviously not authentic.  One evening not that long later, while making tacos, I decided to make some of my own.  

Here's the ingredients I used:
Mission Flour Tortillas {Burrito Size}
Olive Oil, but you can use Canola if you prefer
Cinnamon and Sugar
Vanilla Ice-cream 
Maraschino cherries

First, I heated the oil in a well-sized frying pan and fried the flour tortillas.  I then sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on them and set the tortillas out to cool and become crunchy. 

{The flour tortillas fried, sprinkled in cinnamon & sugar and cooling.}

{Vanilla ice-cream}  

{Maraschino cherries}

{Dessert prepared and ready to eat.  I thought the finished product looked like an angel.} One of these days I'll have to eat an authentic Sopapilla, but until than, this recipe will have to do and I have to say it was really simple to do.

simply . living . life

Linking this recipe to the following blog parties:


Unknown said...

That sounds so good! I don't know how to pronounce it, but I'd sure like eating them! lol!


Becky said...

That looks like a great dessert to serve anytime with southwestern food. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a bunch for linking to the Swap. I L O V E Mexican food... So, I'm so excited to make these for my family as a quick/easy/fun Mexican dessert at the end of a Mexican themed dinner night. Have a wonderful weekend...

Southerncook said...

My DH and I many years ago had Sopapillas in an authentic Mexican restaurant that was absolutely fabulous. Since, we compare all Mexican restaurants to that one and to this day have not found one we liked as well. Sopapillas generally puff up, you bite the end off of one end and pour a good honey inside. It is pure heaven. This is an excellent alternative and one I will try soon. Thanks for sharing this idea. Thank you too for visiting my blog.

Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

Erin said...

Now that looks delicious!!! Thanks for something easy and tasty to make!

Simple Home said...

I love these, and your photos show just how yummy they are :-)
Have a wonderful Sunday!

trish said...

Oh my. That looks yummy!! :o)

Heather@Gourmet Meals for Less said...

So glad to have found your blog. Thank you for the sweet comment on mine. These look so good! Perfect after a great Mexican dinner! My sister and I both write blogs and often blog together. We host a Sister Saturday once a month. It's so nice to see other sisters blogging together as well. Look forward to following you!

Amy S. said...

Yum! Sopapillas are one of my absolute favorite desserts!

Katherine said...

It does look like an angel! You are making me so hungry! Now following-thanks for stopping by!

sarah@homeismore said...

This sounds really yummy. I just stopped by to say thanks for your sweet comment on my blog. I just signed up to be your newest follower. I'd love it if you would do the same. Hope you have a great week!

Jess @ Frugal with a Flourish said...

Ummm ... those look delicious!!! :) I would love one with my coffee right now!

Anonymous said...

Yum! That looks so good!

Anonymous said...

While I am sure these are good, they are not sopapillas. Sopapillas puff when they are fried and create a hollow pocket of soft fried dough. They are excellent filled with honey and butter, sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar or even stuffed with seasoned ground beef, sour cream, and cheeses.

I've had fried tortillas w/cinnamon and sugar and they're nothing like sopapillas. They're not even in the same ballpark, especially if you are allowing them to become crunchy.

These are just cinnamon/sugar chips, sorry.

Camasthecat said...

OOOOOOH!!! That looks MUNCHY!
Even Better Than a Nice bowl of Cat-Food! JK! I don't eat Cat Food! ;)

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