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Snuggle up with some tasty churros and hot chocolate
Part of the<br><div class="tagline"><img align="absmiddle" src="/blog/images/icons/globe.gif" /><a href="/blog/reference.php?id=344">Spanish</div></a>
cuisine masterclass.<br><br>
Covering the fried churros in cinnamon would be another tasty option.<br><br>

Posted by Cat Morley from London, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 1115 projects »
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  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 1
    Step 1

    Boil the water with the sugar and salt.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 2
    Step 2

    Remove from the heat and mix in the flour.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 3
    Step 3

    Place in a jug and beat in the eggs.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 4
    Step 4

    Place inside an icer and squeeze out some long sticks.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 5
    Step 5

    Heat up a pan with oil and fry the churros until golden.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 6
    Step 6

    Remove churros from oil and rub in sugar or cinnamon.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 7
    Step 7

    Heat a cup of the milk and the chocolate together until the chocolate has dissolved.

  • How to bake churro. Churros + Hot Chocolate - Step 8
    Step 8

    Pour in the second cup of milk and then leave to heat up before serving.

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Nomycookie^^
Nomycookie^^ · 14 projects
MMMMMMmm....yummy ive never tried churros before! looks yummy cant wait to try them out! thanks for the how-to Happy xoxo
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joanna
joanna · Thessaloniki, Makedonia Thraki, GR · 35 projects
thank you so much! i tried churros in spain, and i loved them!
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KatieLikeMe
KatieLikeMe · Indianapolis, Indiana, US · 52 projects
Sooo good.
I didn't use a pastry bag, I just did little clumps. They taste delicious, like a doughnut. I covered them with sugar and cinnamon for a sweet and spicy tang.
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Ria S.
Ria S. · Hinckley, England, GB · 10 projects
Sound lovely - can you tell me how long you boil the sugar & water for please?
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Happy-Go-Lucky
Happy-Go-Lucky · Nawur, Bamiyan, AF · 8 projects
ive looked at some churro pics and your look similar and tastier
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ChaeEatzZombehGutz
ChaeEatzZombehGutz · 2 projects
For the squares of chocolate, do you mean like breaking ten squares of Hersheys bars or rather bigger ones?
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Stephanie N.
Stephanie N. · 1 project
Yum! I tride this, they were delicious!
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Stephanie N.
Stephanie N. · 1 project
you could make a hole in a zip block bag instead of using an icer
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MissJosie
MissJosie · 1 project
MMMM tried it... Love em
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DesdeEspañaconglAMOuR

Hi,I'm a spanish girl who loves your website.
I just wanted to advise you that in order to be churros they should look more like a lace...or better like a tear.When you make the long sticks you have make the lace...and for more authentic look u can put a star-like head on the icer.
Thanks for this cool site!
Hugs from Madrid
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