Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Churros with Chocolate Sauce


I've never made my own churros until now and I'm wondering why I waited so long. The main reason is because I don't like deep frying in my kitchen and very rarely deep fry anything especially since I bought my air fryer which is amazing. However, we had a Mexican night recently and used some recipes from Wahaca. We made the Mexican slaw, crispy fish fajitas and sweetcorn & chorizo fritters. I decided to make some churros for dessert and as we had to deep fry the fish I managed to re-use the oil. For obvious reasons, I cooked the churros first and then fried the fish in the same oil which was then discarded. 

I found a recipe from Nigella.com which is a recipe from Mexican Food Made Easy by Thomasina Miers - perfect! It's a really simple recipe and it worked beautifully. The churros were light and crispy and the chocolate sauce was to die for. The frying part was not too difficult or messy which I was worried about. I'll definitely be making this recipe again and I think it will be cute to make mini churros. 

 vegetable oil, self raising flour, caster sugar, ground cinnamon, olive oil, golden syrup, dark chocolate, milk chocolate and double cream 

 dough on left and the cinnamon sugar on the right 

 frying the churos 

 almost ready 

 naked churros

 with a generous sprinkling of cinnamon sugar 

 Dipped in heavenly chocolate sauce 

Recipe can be found online here 

4 comments:

  1. I love churros. Yours look extra long and wiggly - perfect to snack on!

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    1. It was my first time cooking them and I was a little scared of the hot oil so most of them were extra long!

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  2. So naughty but so nice! I bet they are amazing still warm from the pan :)

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    1. They were delicious warm from the pan!

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