This one however is different (I think?) as I found it online :D
If you would like to read the original recipe you can find it here!
This time last year I had no idea what a churro was. So for those of you out there like me, a churro is basically a form of doughnut that originated in Spain... If you want to find out more here's a link :)
In October last year we were lucky enough to visit Florida. While we were there, the Epcot centre was hosting its annual International Food & Wine Festival (great, but VERY expensive!!!). One of the dishes that we chose to try was, yes you guessed it - churros
|Shoshone enjoying the "One where it all began!"|
After that initial taste we noticed the things on sale in many places... And yes, we did divulge on more than one occasion! :9
For Christmas Mom and Dad bought me the Jamie's America cookbook and in it was a recipe for CHURROS! :o
Obviously I tried it, but although they were good, they weren't as good as the one's we'd had in Florida.
The other week the churro cravings hit and I decided it was time to do some research. After reading MANY recipes, and watching numerous YouTube vids, I finally decided to give this recipe a try:
The recipe stated that this made 4 servings... naturally that meant I had to double the recipe :D
After reading the comments on the recipe I decided to reduce the amount of sugar in the dough, basically I just doubled everything else except for the sugar and salt.
Simples! (*meerkat noise* ... sorry ... I'm tired!)
I need to get a different nozzle thing for my piping bag as mine were all too small. For these I just piped them out without a nozzle. They tasted great, but would look more authentic with a star shaped nozzle.
|They tasted great dipped in melted chocolate! :9|
Wahoooo! I did it... 7 posts in July!
Do I hear 8 for August?
No, probably not! lol