September 22, 2015
A common street food, Churros with Cinnamon and Sugar must be eaten warm and crunchy with a side of chocolate sauce. The centre will always be a little doughy. If street food isn’t possible where you live, make Churros in your own kitchen for your kids’ birthday parties or on a Sunday afternoon. Your family will clamour for Churros with Cinnamon and Sugar any day of the week. You can never make too many. Tell me how it goes in the comment section below.
I want to thank Delicious Spanish Recipes for this Churro recipe. You can find the original recipe. Be sure to browse through the site, as there is lots of well-written posts.
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The texture of the dough is important at this point because if the dough is sticky enough, the finished Churro won’t be dry.
It is crucial to have the oil hot enough so that the Churros won’t absorb too much oil and be greasy. If you do not have a thermometer then try cooking a small ball of the dough first to test. It should take about 4 minutes to become golden brown and cooked through. Adjust the temperature accordingly to achieve this.