Churros

Churros

In my kitchen Churros is something that I make whenever I am desperate to get something done, in other words whenever I have to bribe a certain someone. That someone is usually my husband. Churros is very popular in Spain and France and is also commonly known as the Spanish doughnut. The crispy outside and the combination of cinnamon and sugar coating is indeed something that can make anyone dance to your tunes once you serve them this. Nothing to be ashamed of. I really blame everything on these amazing Churros.

Preparation time 10-15 minutes

Cooking time  5-10 minutes

Ingredients

1 cup plain flour

A pinch of salt

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

2 tablespoon cinnamon powder

2 tablespoon butter

1/2 cup boiled water

2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Oil for deep frying

Melt the butter and mix well with the water and vanilla extract. In a separate bowl mix together the flour, baking powder and salt. Make a well in the middle and pour the hot butter and water mixture. Mix everything well and make sure there are no lumps in the mixture. The outcome should be a very sticky doughy batter. If it becomes too doughy add a little bit of water and if  the batter is very runny add some more flour to make it thick. Heat oil in a non stick pan. We want the oil to be very hot, so that the churros does not suck in too much of the oil. Spoon the mixture into a piping bag and once the oil is hot enough start piping the strips into the pan. You can use a knife to cut the churros once you reach a certain length. Mix the sugar and cinnamon powder together in a bowl. Once the churros strips turn golden brown take them out of the oil, pat the extra oil away with a paper towel and immediately cover them with the sugar and cinnamon mixture in the bowl. Serve hot with tea.

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In my kitchen Churros is something that I make whenever I am desperate to get something done, in other words whenever I have to bribe a certain someone. That someone is usually my husband. Churros is very popular in Spain and France and is also commonly known as the...
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