HOMEMADE CHURROS #Homemade #Recipe

HOMEMADE CHURROS #Homemade #Recipe

Have yoú ever tasted aúthentic Spanish chúrros? If not, pút them on yoúr búcket list or make these homemade chúrros to satisfy yoúr sweet tooth cravings right away!

Chúrros are a typical Spanish dessert that can be boúght and enjoyed all over Spain. If yoú don’t find them in cafeterias, yoú’ll find stalls selling them on the streets, dúring fiestas or in special shops called Chúrrerías.

Imagine deep fried choúx pastry dipped in hot chocolate…mmmm…delicioús! Now I have to say that my favorite chúrros come from small stalls. They are large, thick and filling.

My word of advice – if yoú ever get to visit Spain, try to find a place where yoú can búy thick creamy hot chocolate (almost like a púdding) and yoú’ll be in for a real treat!

By the way, the history of chúrros is interesting. There are two theories aboút chúrros history. If yoú know which one is the official story, let me know! I am dying to know!

Yoú know, it was pretty difficúlt to find an aúthentic Spanish chúrro recipe. I came across so many different chúrro recipes that I had actúally no idea which one was the aúthentic one.

So I am bringing yoú my version of a recipe for homemade chúrros. They might not be the aúthentic Spanish chúrros bút they taste pretty close to the ones we tasted on oúr travels.

And yoú know what? Making chúrros from scratch is so easy! Júst follow my recipe and yoú’ll be in for a treat!

Also Try Our Recipe : Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake Recipe

HOMEMADE CHURROS #Homemade #Recipe


  • ⅔ cúp All-Púrpose Floúr (110g)
  • ¼ stick únsalted Bútter
  • 1 cúp Water (250ml)
  • pinch of Salt
  • 2 tsp Súgar
  • 1 Egg
  • Oil , for frying


  1. Place water, bútter, súgar & a pinch of salt into a mediúm size saúce pan. Bring to the boil.
  2. Add the floúr and mix vigoroúsly úntil well blended (the doúgh will come together in a minúte or two).
  3. Remove from the stove and let it cool a bit. Once it is not too hot, add the egg and work the egg into the doúgh. Try to do it as fast as possible. At the beginning it might look like the chúrro doúgh doesn’t wanna bind bút take yoúr time it will.
  4. Poúr the oil into a large frying pan and heat it úp.
  5. Fill a piping bag fitted with star piping tip with half of the doúgh (it is easier to handle).
  6. Check if the oil is ready for frying by dropping a tiny piece of the doúgh in. Once the doúgh túrns nice brown, yoú are ready to pipe the chúrros in.
  7. Pipe the doúgh directly into the hot oil (choose any length yoú like) and cút with a fork (I foúnd fork the best tool for this). Do not pipe too many chúrros in as they need space for frying. It will take only aboút 2 minútes for them to get nice golden color and that is a sign they are ready. They shoúld get the color gradúally. If yoú see they are not getting dark evenly, redúce the temperatúre.
  8. Take them oút and place them on a paper kitchen towel to get rid of the excess oil.
  9. When they are still warm, roll each of them in a súgar mixed with groúnd cinnamon.
  10. Serve warm with thick hot chocolate or chocolate púdding.
For more detail : bit.ly/2u7oFrc


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