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These are churros with chocolate. Here in Spain they are very popular. Here is a recipe.

For 10 churros:

  • 1 glass of water
  • 1 cup of flour
  • A pinch of salt
  • Frying oil
  • sugar

Homemade Churros. Easy Recipe: Recipe Preparation

1. In a saucepan, heat the water with the salt until boiling. When it begins to boil, it is separated from the fire and all the flour is added to it at once. Mix with a spoon, stirring quickly and non-stop until ingredients are integrated and you get a hard dough. If there is any grumito, it does not matter. If the dough is too hard, you can add a little water to make it more manageable, but just a little.

2. Add the dough in the churrera, with a mouthpiece with a large star shape. Press and the churros will be coming out. Leave the churros on the work table.

3. Cut the churros and fry them in a frying pan or fryer with abundant oil. Refrigerate at 165ºC. I warn you that it costs them to gild, so you choose the level of fire, but if they are made fast, then they remain raw inside. When you get the desired golden color, remove them from the heat and leave them on absorbent kitchen paper and, before they cool, sprinkle with sugar. If you let them cool the sugar does not stick to the churros, so this step should be very fast.

4.-Without waiting for them to cool down, serve them with a good cup of chocolate. If you prefer to eat them alone, you choose.

It’s so easy is to make churros and they are delicious! Take advantage!

IMPORTANT: I remind you again that you must use churrera. The air that can remain inside the churros, if you use pastry sleeve, could cause that they explode and, besides putting the kitchen lost of oil, you could suffer burns. If you decide to use churrera, you must make sure to press the dough well so that there is no air bubble left and maintain a safe distance. It has never happened to me, but the experience of other people, who claim to have gone through this experience, leads me to give this notice.

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  1. I like churros but I think it depends on where you get them from when you buy as opposed to making your own. The best I’ve had were in Paris, but funnily enough, the worst was in Spain in Malaga, but I suspect it was because it was a tourist area. I did have some nice homemade ones in Spain in Nerja. Yours look good and I would definitely recommend homemade over shop bought.

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