This is definitely worth trying!
The traditional sope is a recipe from Mexico. Through out Mexico (depending on the reign) sopes are prepared, using local ingredients and adding salsas and toppings, resulting in great regional variety.
The distinctive characteristic of the sope is the pinched sides. Though there are also flat sopes resembling a thick tortilla or a tostada. The most common variation of the sope involves simply adding meat, the most common being chicken and is known as the “sope de pollo”. In the northern regions of Mexico, sopes are often prepared without vegetables, and substituting meat for black beans.
Here is our version of the Traditional Mexican Sope and what you will need:
For the base you will need
1 cup all-purpose unbleached flour
2 cup masa (corn) flour (you can find this in the Latin section of your market or a local Latin Market)
1 cup warm water
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