How to Make Sopaipillas

Discover how to make Sopaipillas in your bakery, cafe or restaurant using Suprima’s versatile dough base.
How to make sopaipillas

Puffy and pillowy irresistible sopaipillas for your customers

Sopaipillas are delicious fried pieces of pastry dough that originated in Mexico over 300 years ago. These crisp fritters can be served as a dessert or a treat in your bakery, cafe or restaurant.

Not only are they quick and easy to make, but there’s also plenty of ways to garnish and serve your sopaipillas – whether that’s with powdered sugar, cinnamon or chocolate sauce. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even stuff your sopaipillas with savoury or sweet fillings.

The same dough base that you use to make white sopaipillas is the same dough base used to make langos flat bread, and white flat bread.

Read on to find out how you make sopaipillas in your business today.

Why are sopaipillas so popular?

sopaipillas recipe

You can’t go wrong with something that’s crispy, pillowy, deep-fried to perfection and sweet. Originating from Mexico, sopaipillas are a popular dish that can be served sweet or savoury.

One of the reasons why they’re so popular is because there are so many different ways to make them. You can either coat them in sugar or even stuff them with cheese or beef.

Sopaipillas are also easy to make – especially with our customisable and versatile Suprima Bakeries dough base. We make the dough from scratch and never compromise on quality so you can discover the endless possibilities with Suprima’s Dough range.

How to make sopaipillas

It’s easier to simply make fresh with Suprima Bakeries.

By using Suprima’s versatile white flat bread dough, making sopaipillas will take minimum effort. Simply follow the preparation instructions on our method sheet. It’s as easy as:

  1. Frozen
  2. Thaw
  3. Create desired shape
  4. Proof
  5. Fry

To finish, roll wedges in cinnamon sugar.

What about creative variations?

Whether you’re looking for a crispy sweet sopaipilla or savoury sopaipilla the options are endless. You can choose to either top your sopaipilla with toppings or stuff them with some delicious ingredients.

Some options for you to consider include when it comes to topping your sopaipilla include:

  • Dusting them with either powdered sugar or cinnamon
  • Drizzling them with a bit of honey
  • Drizzling them with chocolate – you can go with either white, milk or dark chocolate, it’s whatever you prefer
  • Topping your sopaipilla with chopped tomato salsa or even avocado

When it comes to stuffing your sopaipilla, you could:

  • Stuff your sopaipilla with cheesecake or even just cream cheese that’s been whipped with sugar and vanilla
  • If you’re looking to make a savoury sopaipilla, you can stuff them with beans, meat and cheese

Sopaipillas doughA Versatile Solution

The same dough base that you use to make white sopaipillas is the same dough base used to make langos flat bread, and white flat bread. This means you can extend your product range by simply using a single dough base.

> View out flat bread dough range here.

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Let’s save your bakery or food business time and money by using our range of convenient and versatile doughs that you bake fresh. Contact the team at Suprima Bakeries today.

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