We doubt that there is anyone who doesn't like to indulge in sweet dishes. There can be people who don't like too much or too less of spices, but there is hardly anyone who will say no to a sweet treat. From an Indian dessert of gajar ka halwa to American brownies and to Italian tiramisu, there is simply no looking back from these decadent desserts. And even if there is someone who doesn't like a platter of sinful desserts, the Spanish dessert churros might change their mind. We've got you a churros recipe to prepare at home, so easy you would keep coming back to it every other day!
Churros are sweet and crunchy, fried golden strings of snack that originated in Spain and Portugal but is now popular all across the American, French and even Asian cuisine. In its original form in Spain, churros are mostly thin and knotted or thick and long, which is sometimes also known as 'porras' in some regions. Predominantly a breakfast snack, churros are served with a hot chocolate sauce topped with sugar and is also now eaten as a snack any time of the day. In many areas of Spain and Latin America, churros are mostly sold as a street side snack by cart vendors, who fry them there fresh apart from many cafes that serve churros on their breakfast menu.
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There are many varieties of churros found across the world but the most common churros recipe remains the classic one, topped with cinnamon and sugar. Nothing beats the joy of biting into crispy crunchy churros dunked in chocolate sauce with a hint of cinnamon. Here we have a famous food blogger and YouTuber Ananya Banerjee making sumptuous churros at home in a super easy and quick recipe. Made with a dough of butter, sugar, flour and eggs along with vanilla essence, whisked together to perfection, packed in a piping bag and deep fried to long strips of sweetness that are rolled in cinnamon sugar. This easy recipe of churros will be loved by the kids and will give you the feel of Spain right inside your home.
Watch the video below to try this quick and easy Spanish dessert, churros at home.
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn't share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.