Sopapillas

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Sopapillas
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Category
Mexican/Italian Foods
Star Rating
Cost
★ - $500
Menu Price
★ - $5
Requirement(s)
Deep Fryer Station
Cook Time(s)
Done: 2s

Burn: 1s

Booster(s)
  • Catering
  • Rainy Companion
  • Late Night Chow
  • Simply Food
  • Green Tech
  • Afternoon Delight
Detractor(s)
  • Menu Rot
  • Unappreciated
  • Fatty McFats

Sopapillas is a Standard Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious!

Description[edit | edit source]

Taste the delicious with this Mexican fried treat! Your order comes served with frozen precooked sopapillas- just dip them in your fryer and serve! There's very little prep work necessary, and customers love the sugary blast of hot crunchy tortillas. Don't leave your customers craving sweets... order today!

Your order comes with a surplus of frozen sopapillas and sugar, ready to fry.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

★ - (hold) Dunk Basket

★ - Place in Bowl

★ - Sugar

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Delicious Sopapillas:

One Sopapilla order with sugar, please.

Delicious Lite Sopapillas:

One Sopapilla order but no sugar on top, please.


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Sopapillas is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Sopapillas
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Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$775
Prep Type
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HS Servings
4
Menu Price
$7
Cook Time
15 seconds
Burn Time
18 seconds
HS Freshness Time
2 minutes 18 seconds
Booster(s)
  • Simply Food
  • Dessert Classic
  • All Time Classic
Detractor(s)
  • Trashy Food
  • Menu Rot
  • Micro Servings
Origin
Mexico


Description[edit | edit source]

Sopapillas were originally invented by Juan Manuel Llacer, a young entrepreneur with nothing to his name except for a knowledge of Mexican cuisine, a dream, and a commercial deep fryer. At the time, several United States food industries were attempting to push deep fried chicken and french fries into the Mexican market. This troubled Llacer, as he had a deep sense of pride in his country's food culture. He immediately set out to create a food that would combine the traditional flavors of Mexican cuisine with the high-caloric appeal of deep-fried food in an effort to keep Mexican traditions strong against the incoming American fried food trend.

After years of failed attempts, Llacer managed to invent sopaipillas and market them as a food with traditional Mexican sensibilities and a modern twist. Much to his relief, his plan worked, and sopapillas not only became a staple in Mexican culture, but even began to spread into the United States.

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