Thursday, April 17, 2008


Churros or Spanish doughnuts always remind me of Melbourne. Me and J would drive all the way to Queen Victoria Market just to buy them from the churros van. We could eat a dozen of them in one go :D My homemade churros are crisp outside and moist inside, very similar to the ones we had back in Melbourne. For a more sinful treat, try dipping your churros in chocolate ^^


75 gr butter
250 ml water
a pinch of salt
115 gr flour
15 gr sugar
2 eggs

1) Heat butter, water and salt. Stir until mixture starts to boil.
2) Add flour and sugar, mix until well combined. Remove from heat.
3) Add eggs, mix until well combined.
4) Place batter in a pastry bag.
5) Pipe into hot oil.
6) Deep-fry until golden brown over medium heat.
7) Drain excess oil. Dip in chocolate or sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Serve warm. 


Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

i have done a post on this but urs look better. btw, thanks for dropping by my blog. i love your pics--what camera do u use?

babe in the kitchen said...

Thanks :) Maybe the angle and lighting make it looks good :p I use Canon Powershot G9 for all my pics.

Caroline said...

it's my husband favorite snack, thanks for sharing :) i will definitely try this..i added your blog link to mine

Arundathi said...

Thank you Thank you! I've been looking for a recipe everywhere - love churros but don't get them in India. And this recipe looks really do-able. Thanks!