Friday, 7 May 2010

Churros con Chocolate

I've never really tried churros from Spain, but Dulcinea (a restaurant in the Philippines) serves a really scrumptious one! I'm not so sure how authentic their churros are, but I really love snacking on them.

Churros are popularly served as breakfast/snack around Spain and other Latin countries. It's a fried pastry that is best eaten when freshly fried. Thick and rich hot chocolate compliments the crunch of the churros best. Sometimes churros are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, which I don't particularly like.

I made some mini churros recently, and it was to die for! Churros would normally have ridges on the sides, but mine didn't. I mean, I did pipe my churros with a star tip... but when I deep-fried them, the ridges just disappeared.

Even so, the churros were still satisfying. And of course, my churros won't have been complete without a dunk in the pot of luscious choco.

Bisou bisou,


  1. oh yum. they look so light and crispy. as for the ridges??? bah... ridges - shmidges... taste is king :)

  2. Don't worry about the ridges !!! though, maybe, you can try freezing them, after you made them, and then, frying them in hot oil....maybe that works!!!
    Churros are part of my childhood memories in Argentina..
    Thanks for the souvenir !!!

  3. Thanks tia!:)

    Thanks for the tip Cristina! I'll try that next time:)


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