Latinos LOVE sorullos. Sorullos are made out of cornmeal flour mixed with hot water and salt. The dough is then rubbed with both hands until the desire shape is obtained. Then they are deep-fried. Sorullos are also made with sugar. Some people add cheese in the middle resulting in a sweet & salty taste. They are a Latino favorite usually eaten for breakfast with coffee or anytime during the day usually dipped in our Latino created mayo/ketchup "secret" sauce that we also eat with tostones.