Churros /Eggless Churros with Chocolate Sauce

Last day of BM#50 and according to the theme I decided to make the fried dough foods.When I was going through the list Churros got my attention since it was in my to do list so long.
I had churros,couple of times in Carnival and liked it a lot,its a quiet addictive snack.
According to Wiki,Churro is a thin cylindrical,fried dough pastry snack.Churros are popular in Spain,Mexico and USA,they are normally dipped in a chocolate sauce and served.
In some parts of Spain its often served as for breakfast and even the size,shape also differs.
The method of making  Churros resembles the South Indian murukku,whereas the cooked dough is squeezed in the hot oil and fried.Then the fried churros are dusted with either powdered or granulated sugar.
Coming to the recipe,I followed a recipe in You tube and it came out pretty good.Normally a piping bag is used to squeeze the dough.Somehow I was not comfortable with the piping bag,used my murukku maker with the star blade.Lets move on to the recipe..................................................


   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 10 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 20-25 minutes
   Serves ~ 30-35 (churros of 3-4 inch)


All purpose four/maida
1 cup
330 ml
2 tbs
Olive oil
2 tbs
1/2 tsp
Baking soda
1/2 tsp
for frying

  For Dusting

Granulated white sugar
2 tbs
Brown sugar
2 tbs
Cinnamon powder
1/4 tsp

  • Mix the all purpose flour and baking powder and keep it aside.Heat a pan with water,to this add the slat,sugar and oil.Let it come to a rolling boil.Put off the flame.Now carefully add the flour and mix it well vigorously with a ladle.After it comes to cool to handle,smooth the dough with hands.The dough should be nice and smooth.Meanwhile heat the oil in a pan in a medium flame.

  • Take the prepared batter in a murukku press or piping bag.Once the oil becomes hot enough gently squeeze the  dough for 3-4 inches strip.Using a  butter knife or scissors cut the dough while squeezing.Fry 5-6 strips at a time till it becomes golden color.Drain it on a paper towel.Once the churros are  just cool to handle roll in the sugar mixture.

  • Serve it warm with chocolate sauce.

  • Before adding the dough into the murukku maker smoothen it one more time to geta nice smooth churros..
  • Instead of granulated sugar,powdered sugar can also be used..
  • Cover the dough with a plate or cloth to prevent drying.


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Yummy churros. This has been on my to do list from along time and that piping bag thing kept me from away from trying it so far. Your murukku press idea sounds good.

Churros looks great! Nicely done. Nice pics..

Churros are my favourite!! They look so lovely..

Delicious churros.. Have eaten them in Costco.. It is on my list for so long.. Bookmarking..

tis is my most fav.. yummy preperation..

I love churros..your look so sinful with that chocolate sauce with it!

Very new snack for me...sounds interesting will try for sure

Nicely done, evenly golden color.

wow..that looks an elegant treat,perfectly made dear...addictive ones!

Churros look great. Will try them soon.

these clicks are amazing. churros look delicious and perfectly made!

yummy churros.. We had them in carnivals too.

First of all,love that serving plate! And this is something I have been wanting to try out.Your pics are really so inviting!

Churros have been on my to-make list for a long time. Yours turned out golden and delicious. Lovely clicks as always.

Super clicks and terribly inviting churros. Better than the store ones:))

Lovely churros. Shall have to make these sometime!

Dont tortue me like this, its my favourite and trying to keep me away from deepfrying, now u are tempting me.

I have read all the comments and suggestions posted by the visitors for this article are very fine,We will wait for your next article so only.Thanks! سيروب مونين

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