My love affair with churros started a few months ago, when i learnt its recipe from a TLC cookery show.. :) i made a small batch for testing and they turned out so good..that i couldn't resist myself from making more churros..
Churros are simple fritters which look like a fat french fry.. :P
They are the Spanish equivalent of doughnuts, sold at cafes and at street vendor's carts.
In India a similar version of churro is popularly known as *Shakar pare* which means sugary bites.
A churro isn't a churro without a cinnamon sugar shower.. :D
serve them warm with chocolate sauce or honey or whipped cream..
I hope you like it.. :)

Step 1: Ingredients

  • All purpose flour - 1 cup
  • Water - 1 cup
  • Powdered white sugar - 1/2 cup + 2 tbsp
  • cinnamon powder - 1 tsp
  • vegetable oil - 2 tbsp + more for deep frying
  • salt - 1/2 tsp
you also need a piping bag with large star nozzle and a pair of scissors.

Step 2: Prepare the Dough

  1. In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine water, 2 tbsp sugar, salt and 2 tbsp vegetable oil. Bring to a boil.
  2. remove from heat.
  3. stir in the flour until a smooth dough is formed. make sure there are no lumps.
  4. fill the dough in piping bag.

Step 3: Deep Frying

  1. Heat oil in a deep skillet.
  2. pipe strips of dough into hot oil from the pastry bag.
  3. Fry until golden and drain on paper towels.
  4. Combine 1/2 cup sugar and cinnamon powder.
  5. Roll drained churros in cinnamon and sugar mixture.
Ta da..!! crispy yummy churros are ready.. :D

<p>great </p>
<p>very nice </p>
<p>Congrats On Your Win </p>
<p>useful info</p>
<p>useful info</p>
<p>great info</p>
<p>great stuff</p>
<p>Congratulations On ur Win </p>
<p>thank you so much friend :)</p>
mine disintegrated during frying, but still tasted great!
<p>Congratulations to you too!!! :D</p>
<p>thanks a lot lin...! ;)<br></p>
<p>congratulations faiza... though your Churros could not win a prize in Snack food contest, it compensated you in Comfort food contest</p>
<p>yes i am happy about that..<br>and thank you so much..! :)</p>
<p>Made some last week as a treat for my family and they turned out great and delicious! The recipe is spot on. I will definitely be making these on a regular basis.</p><p>Thanks a lot!</p>
<p>thank you so much..i am so glad to know you liked it..! <br>and these churros look so crisp and delicious. :)</p>
<p>Congratulations on winning Faiza :) Oh How gorgeous the two medals on top are :D</p>
<p>thanks again..!and i adore those two medals..! *blush* :P</p>
<p>Great going! Congrats on being a finalist again! I will give them a try when I get home. </p><p>sunshiine</p>
<p>sure..do share a picture here.. :)<br>and thank you so much..!</p>
I will be happy to! <br>sunshiine
<p>Haha, great stuff! :-)</p>
<p>thank you so much hunter999..! ;)</p>
<p>No problem - they look delicious! :-)</p><p>*stomach rumbles*</p>
<p>bonjour</p><p>je n'ai pa reussi ces churros</p><p>il semble que quelque chose manque &agrave; la recette </p><p>la pate reste fileuse et les batonnets une fois cuits sont durs et plats</p><p>doit on reviser les doses ou cuire carement la pate</p><p>merci </p><p>gridha</p>
<p>je ne sais pas beaucoup sur la fa&ccedil;on traditionnelle de faire des churros.<br>mais j'ai appris la recette d'une &eacute;mission de cuisine...par la fa&ccedil;on mercis de l'arr&ecirc;t par...! :)</p>
<p>Woah....didn't I tell you that this recipe is really yummy and was &quot;Sad&quot;.........ah you know it neh..double congrats 2nd finals and a win.</p>
<p>thanks again ayesha..!<br>and yeah..you always appreciate me.. :)</p>
<p>Congratulations!! Lungi dance lungi dance lungi dance :D</p>
<p>thanks again..! <br>i am shocked again..!didn't knew this recipe would become a finalist for 2 contests. :o</p>
<p>Forget the shock</p><p>Look at those two medals on top</p><p>This recipe was so unique</p><p>I could never imagine it flop</p><p>:D</p>
<p>you are so kind tarun..!<br>yay..!! i am so happy to see those 2 medals.. :D</p>
<p>I have never heard of these before but they sure look tasty. I wish you the best of luck.</p><p>sunshiine</p>
<p>thank you so much sunshiine..! :)<br>churros basically comes from spanish and mexican origin.<br>you should give it a try..they taste delicious.</p>
Wow!! Congrats for being a finalist :-)
<p>thanks a lot tarun..!! :)</p>
<p>Congrats in making to the finals!</p>
<p>thank you so much..!! :)</p>
<p>Just made these, great recipe :) for anyone wondering what temperature to do these at, I would suggest below 180 Celsius. I was unsure, so I looked at another recipe which said 190, after giving it a go they browned on the outside and left the inside raw. Thanks again for the recipe! </p>
<p>Lived in Spain for 8 years (am UK born and raised). Loved these. Have bookmarked this page. The chocolate that comes with these is as thick as axle grease. AND, stupidly, in Spain, these are an evening dish. We got turned away from restaurants that we visited in the afternoons. Duh.</p><p>Cheers for the method.</p>
<p>oh..thank you so much..!! :)<br>also the actual churros are larger in size..<br>and now you can make your own..haha :D</p>
I've only tried the mass produced ones but these ones look better!
<p>thank you so much toby, i'm glad you like it..!</p>
Your welcome<br>
<p>really good</p>
<p>thanks..! :)</p>

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