?️?? AUTHENTIC SPANISH CHURROS WITH CHOCOLATE SAUCE ?️??
If you have never tried a fresh and crispy Spanish Churro that has been dipped in thick hot cocoa, then you certainly have not experienced one the great foods of Spain.
Today, when you walk down the center of any Spanish city, especially Madrid, on any morning, and you will see a ‘churrer’; this is a cafe that specially prepares fresh churros for breakfast, along with other traditional Spanish breakfast items. According to the Spanish people, churros and chocolate are an especially good remedy for hangovers.
At fiesta time, there are many stalls and hand-drawn carts selling churros (and chocolate) late into the night and early into the morning. Spanish Churros are coil-shaped, fritter-like pastries that are eaten plain or covered with cinnamon and sugar. When prepared, they should be crisp and have a lovely golden-brown color, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Throughout most of Spain they are either straight, curled or spirally twisted; however, in Southern Spain, the churro is sold in spirals or wheels, which are then cut into manageable portions after frying.
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