Sopes De La Casa
A sope is a traditional Mexican dish made from ground corn masa originating in the central and southern parts of Mexico, also known as pellizcadas. It is a popular street-food which at first sight, looks like an unusually thick tortilla.
The base is made from a circle of masa (ground maize soaked in lime, also used as the basis for tamales and tortillas) with pinched sides as a border to keep toppings in place.
How To Use
Sopes can be deep fried, pan fried, or baked to give it just enough crispness to create the perfect vessel for whatever you wish to top it with.
SERVING SIZE: 1 Piece (57g)
TOTAL FAT: 1g
TOTAL CARB: 24g
SERVINGS: Per Container 10
SAT FAT: 0g
TRANS FAT: 0g
Vitamin D 0%, Calcium 4%, Iron 0%, Potassium 2%
INGREDIENTS: WHITE CORN MASA FLOUR TREATED WITH LIME, WATER, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF BAKING POWDER (SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, CORN STARCH) SALT, SUGAR, GUAR GUM, CELLULOSE GUM, ENZYMES AND CALCIUM PROPIONATE, BENZOIC ACID, SORBIC ACID, FUMARIC ACID AND PHOSPHORIC ACID (TO PRESERVE FRESHNESS).