The art of classic cooking

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Easy Homemade Churros

One of the perfect snacks to munch on, that I came across recently are these Churros.
Churros are similar to doughnuts. Strips of dough are fried in oil, rolled in caster sugar and served with warm Chocolate Sauce ( Yummmm, what more can you ask? )


These Churros are crispy on the outside and unbelievably so soft on the inside. The milk and little butter in this dough adds richness and makes the churros extra special!

And now comes another main hero of this dish - The Chocolate Sauce! You can never ( ever! ) say no to warm churros dipped in hot chocolate sauce. You get the crispness, softness and the chocolate heaven all in one bite. And trust me these get over within seconds!!




 Crispy on the outside and so soft on the inside that just melts in your mouth!
 Prep time:  Cook time: 
 Total time: Yield: 18 or 19 (3 inch churros)

Milk: 1/2 cup 
Water: 1/2 cup 
Sugar: 2 and 1/2 tbsp 
Salt: 1/2 tsp 
Butter: 2 tbsp 
Flour ( maida ): 1 cup
Oil: for frying
For Serving:
Chocolate Sauce 

1) Take the milk, sugar, salt and butter in a sauce pan and bring it to a boil. Take it off the heat.
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2) Immediately add the flour and mix with a wooden spoon till it comes together as a dough ( don't over mix! )
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3) Transfer the dough to a piping bag fit with a large star nozzle ( see picture ) Let it rest for 2 minutes.
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4) Meanwhile heat oil in a heavy bottom pan. Carefully pipe strips of dough over the hot oil and cut them with a scissor.
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5) Fry them until they are golden brown.
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6) Drain the churros in a tissue paper and roll them in caster sugar.
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There you have it...the most perfect snack to much on! Enjoy them with Hot Chocolate Sauce!!
1) For pillowy soft churros don't over mix the dough. Over mixing will activate the gluten ( which we don't need ) Mix until it comes together as a ball of dough.
2) The oil should be right temperature. If it is too hot the churros will brown quickly and remain raw inside. If it is too cold, the churros will lose its shape and become distorted.
3) To check whether the oil temperature is correct, pinch a small piece of dough and put it in oil. It should rise slowly to the surface and then brown.
4) Don't crowd the oil while frying, as this will reduce the oil temperature too much.
5) You can even flavour your caster sugar with cinnamon.


Recipe Reference: Cooking Classy



  1. Very yummy!! I always wanted to try Churros after watching masterchef and now I bookmarked your recipe.

  2. This is something new and interesting

  3. So lovely. Never made before and thanks so much for sharing. Indeed I should make.

  4. In my to do list from a year now but keep forgetting always :) very nice share thank u

  5. Never tried churros at home, I think it's about time. You made me craving for some.

  6. These look fabulous! Yum! Plus chocolate. SCORE!

  7. a new & super yummy dish......looks awesome.

  8. Wow! Perfectly made gorgeous and delicious Churros. Loved these! :)

    Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

  9. A perfect snack to enjoy in the evening..A hot chocolate & soft churros which perfectly complements one another and leaves us to lick our fingers...;) U know wat with a movie in hand i wud prefer to have this over popcorn..;);) Simply superb...

  10. Replies
    1. I used Noor nozzle size 10. Hope you enjoy them!