⌂ or so·pa·pilla
a dessert consisting of a piece of deep-fried, puffed pastry, usually covered with honey or syrup
Origin of sopaipillaMexican Spanish sopaipilla, diminutive of Spanish sopaipa, sweet fritter
A crisp, puffy, deep-fried pastry often served with honey or syrup.
Origin of sopaipillaAmerican Spanish, diminutive of Spanish sopaipa, fried dough sweetened with honey, from earlier xopaipa, from Mozarabic xupaipa, diminutive of šúppa, súppa, bread soaked in oil, from Old Spanish sopa, food soaked in liquid, of Germanic origin; see seu&schwa;-2 in Indo-European roots.