How to Make Mexican Sopes (Step-By-Step)
are one of the most popular antojitos (snacks) in Mexico. These crispy masa cakes are slathered with refried beans and topped with fresh salsa, avocado, dairy-free queso, and so much more!
, salt, and water to form a dough just as you would for
corn tortilla making
Form small balls. You should get about 9-10 sopes out of this recipe, but you can make more if you want one-bite sopes.
Press the balls in a lined tortilla press or with the bottom of a baking dish to form thick tortillas (about ¼-inch thick).
Cook the sopes on both sides until brown spots are forming and they're puffing slightly.
Pull a portion of the cooked sope and pinch it out to the edge to form a ridge all the way around.
Shallow fry each sope for about 30 seconds on both sides, or until they turn a light gold color.
Fill with your favorite garnishes like refried beans, salsa fresca, cilantro, avocado, queso fresco, or crema.
Find full measurements, instructions, and video at the link down below!