Churros with chocolate are delicious! They are a must if you ever go to Spain trust me!! Churros are basically long doughnuts which are covered in sugar that you dip into warm chocolate which are eaten in Spain. I personally prefer to buy the chocolate sauce and so my recipe is just for the churros themselves. There are however, some great chocolate recipes out there!
- 125 grams plain flour
- 125 grams self-raising flour
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 litre sunflower oil
- 450ml of boiling water.
- Sift the flour into a mixing bowl and make a hole in the centre.
- In a different bowl mix olive oil with the water.
- Pour the oil and water mixture into the hole in the flour.
- Beat the mixture to remove lumps.
- Leave for around ten minutes to rest.
- Heat all the sunflower oil in a big pan.
- Now fill either a churros maker or a piping bag with the mixture.
- Squeeze out churros into the oil. Try cooking them one at a time so it doesn’t become a big mess.
- Fry the churros until crisp and light brown in colour, then remove.
- Wipe off the excess oil.
- Heat your chocolate mixture up and put into a mug with cream on top.
- Sprinkle the Churros with as much of the sugar as you like.
- Dip the Churros into the chocolate mixture and enjoy.