Sopaipilla refers to a deep-fried pastry, typically square, eaten with honey or sugar or as bread; a flat circular fried bread made from pumpkin and flour and are best when smothered in Pebre or mustard. Sopaipilla is said to have originated from American-Spanish. Moreover, Sopaipilla is typical food found on the streets of Chile.

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