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Nov 27, 2022

[Answer] Sopaipilla was once the official pastry of which state?

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...1. Texas 2. New Mexico 3. Arizona 4. California

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Texas - With a name that translates to “honey cake” in Spanish, sopaipilla is a crisp, puffy deep-fried pastry that is often slathered in honey, powdered sugar, or syrup. The exact origins of the dish are unclear, but it may have originated in Albuquerque, New Mexico, over 200 years ago. The dish gained a particular stronghold in Texas, where it was honored with an official state pastry designation in 2003 (along with the strudel). However, unlike other official state symbols, the sopaipilla’s reign was short-lived — the legislation had an expiration date of 2005 to allow other pastries to take the spotlight in the future. Another pastry has yet to be crowned, though, leaving the shared title to sopaipilla and strudel by default.:

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