We all love doughy sugary tasty fried treats in Texas. But this year, with COVID-19 on the block and the state fair not offering delicious fried goods, we've got a simple and delicious recipe to create churros at home. We do our best to extract the most fun out of this process to make it a blast!
- Pull the water from the burner as soon as it boils. You will lose precious water and the recipe will be altered if you let it boil.
- the churro expands in the oil
- thin churros are for our crunchy lovers
- thicker churros are for our fluffy dough-filled lovers
- flour 1 L
- salt 1 tablespoon
- hot water 1 L
Creating the dough
- add water to the pot, turn stove to medium heat
- mix flour, salt and powdered milk in a separate bowl
- as soon as the water boils, pull and mix well with dry ingredients
In a large pan - add 2 to 3 inches of frying oil - heat to 350 F
Form the churro by adding the dough to a decoration funnel and pumping out, this is where you get to be creative. Form the churros in the shape you wish. We will go over 3 or 4 of our favorite variations.
Now you can add them to the oil, about 5 to 6 minutes is recommended but here you will have to really put on your chef hat and pull them when they are crispy and brown.
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