Custom made CHURROS#cake#custom#made

Custom made CHURROS#cake#custom#made

Custom made CHURROS 

Churros are a run of the mill Spanish sweet that can be purchased and delighted in all over Spain. On the off chance that you don't discover them in cafeterias, you'll discover slows down offering them in the city, amid parties or in exceptional shops called ChurrerĂ­as. 

Envision southern style choux baked good plunged in hot cocoa… mmmm… tasty! Presently I need to state that my most loved churros originate from little slows down. They are substantial, thick and filling. 

My oath of counsel – on the off chance that you ever get the chance to visit Spain, attempt to discover a spot where you can purchase thick rich hot cocoa (practically like a pudding) and you'll be in for a genuine treat! 

Coincidentally, the historical backdrop of churros is fascinating. There are two speculations about churros history. In the event that you know which one is the official story, let me know! I am passing on to know! 

You know, it was entirely hard to locate a valid Spanish churro formula. I ran over such a significant number of various churro formulas that I had entirely clue which one was the legitimate one.

Custom made CHURROS#cake#custom#made

Ingredients : 
  • ⅔ cup All-Purpose Flour (110g)
  • ¼ stick Unsalted Butter
  • 1 cup Water (250ml)
  • pinch of Salt
  • 2 tsp Sugar
  • 1 Egg
  • Oil , for frying

Instructions :
  1. Place water, butter, sugar & a pinch of salt into a medium size sauce pan. Bring to the boil.
  2. Add the flour and mix vigorously until well blended (the dough will come together in a minute 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 dough. Try to do it as fast as possible. At the beginning it might look like the churro dough doesn’t wanna bind but take your time it will.
  4. Pour the oil into a large frying pan and heat it up.
  5. Fill a piping bag fitted with star piping tip with half of the dough (it is easier to handle).
  6. Check if the oil is ready for frying by dropping a tiny piece of the dough in. Once the dough turns nice brown, you are ready to pipe the churros in.
  7. Pipe the dough directly into the hot oil (choose any length you like) and cut with a fork (I found fork the best tool for this). Do not pipe too many churros in as they need space for frying. It will take only about 2 minutes for them to get nice golden color and that is a sign they are ready. They should get the color gradually. If you see they are not getting dark evenly, reduce the temperature.
  8. Take them out 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 sugar mixed with ground cinnamon.
  10. Serve warm with thick hot chocolate or chocolate pudding.

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