This is a traditional Chilean snack, or maybe an appetizer. The truth is that it's a snack eaten during winter time, especially when it rains. It is typical to arrive home after walking through the rainy streets of Santiago and sit down to have a cup of tea and eat a couple of sopaipillas. You can also eat ones sold by street vendors, but they usually don't taste as good as home-made ones. If you can't find zapallo, pumpkin is a good substitute.
Dulce de Leche layers Cake (torta mil hojas)
"Live in each season as it passes: breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit." Henry David Thoreau (I love this sentence when I read at Marie'site a friend of mine, she has two lovely blogs if you dont know please visit her, http://www.ayearfromoakcottage.com/ and http://theenglishkitchen.blogspot.com/ ) I made other Torta Mil Hojas Recipe with layers in other posts (see cakes) buth is the typical that we make to birthdays and holidays, I make this Mil Hojas Cake to the Father's day…