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Monday, August 16

Recipe for Churros (yum)

time for a "churro" - momento churro
(via albantzar [itziar])

A leisurely look through flickr led me to this photo.  When I saw it, I quickly filled with childhood memories and memories of seeing my own littles fingers filled with sugar and cinnamon.

This led me to look for a recipe.  I think that time of the month might be near since I'm searching the internet for desserts ( :

Here is an easy one I found via Que Rica Vida.

Churros


Ingredients:
vegetable oil
4 tablespoons of sugar
3 1/4 cup of Bisquick Original mix
1 cup of hot water


In a large pot fill 2 to 3 inches from pot with oil and heat at medium heat until thermometer in oil reaches 375. 


In a deep plate mix 3 tablespoons of sugar and cinnamon.  Put aside. 


In a large bowl mix the Bisquick, hot water and one tablespoon of sugar with a spatula until completely mixed. 
Add mixture to cake decorating bag with star formed tip with a 1/4 opening.  Squeeze 5 inch long churro over oil, you can cut the ends with scissors. 


Heat them till golden brown, about 3 minutes and then drain on paper towels. 


Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over churros. 


Serve hot and with hot chocolate

And send me one too!

*recipe thanks to Que Rica Vida.  I was not asked or given any compensation for posting this.  Just having a churro craving ( :

6 comments:

tacubagurl said...

Mujer, you always make me so hungry!!!

Laura said...

Awesome!! I'm going to have to try this! It will be part of my domestic disability rehabilitation.

SoCal_Suz said...

Mmm...that does sound good. I like mine warm and mushy in the middle, please!

Leslie Limon said...

Mmmmm! I ♥ Churros! I live in a small town in Mexico, where there isn't a weekend that we don't get to enjoy freshly made Churros. My faves have to be the ones filled with cajeta! :)

Silvia said...

yummy!!! sooooo looking forward for a colder weather so I can make some churros with very hot chocolate!!

En mi pueblo los rellenan de cajeta!!

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