Churros. Light, super easy to prepare and very pleasant, preferred by both children and adults.
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- 1 Characteristics of Churros
- 2 Ingredients
- 3 Preparation mode
- 4 External Links
- 5 See also
- 6 Source
Churros consist of a dough made up of flour , water , sugar and salt , which is introduced into an apparatus similar to a pastry bag, through which it extrudes into cylindrical strips of a finger thickness, approximately, and with a cross section in star-shaped (striae), which are fried in oil and once made, sometimes coated in sugar.
- 1500 ml. of oil for frying (it left over)
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 bowl of water
- 1 bowl flour current
- Put the water with the salt in a saucepan . It is put on the fire and, when it begins to boil, the flour is thrown at once. It is moved a lot with a wooden spoon until the mass comes off the walls. It is removed from the fire and after warm it is put in a churrera.
- The abundant oil is kept hot and the churros are formed, pushing the dough with the churrera and cutting it, depending on the length of the churros, with a knife or a finger dipped in water.
- When the churros are well browned on each side, they are removed, drained and served immediately, sprinkled with icing sugar.
- Note: Some people prefer churros by putting the water mixed with milk (more than half of water and less of milk). They come out much lighter.