Posted by on Jul 11, 2024 in Fried What??? | 25 comments

How to Make Churros

How to Make Churros
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Watch how to make delicious Mexican fritters. Churros are simple to make and amazing with hot coffee! Strips of pastry are deep-fried and rolled in cinnamon and sugar.





25 Responses to “How to Make Churros”

  1. Allrecipes says:

    Oh, oh! What happened, natalia b?´╗┐

  2. Allrecipes says:

    Great idea, Blessteva Johnson! Vanilla extract always adds a spark of
    flavor to any pastry. Let us know how it turns out.´╗┐

  3. The Unknown says:

    Can you bake it instead?´╗┐

  4. Eman And Huda says:

    To fry it do you use vegetable oil??´╗┐

  5. Caden's mom says:

    ain’t you suppose to add eggs? plus it’s better with vanilla extract.´╗┐

  6. lil_ cutiearia says:

    just made some best thing ever thanks´╗┐

  7. Happii Days says:

    wow…my churros are raw in the middle and tough on the outside. im mad.´╗┐

    • Vinod Daryanani says:

      try not using sugar in the dough mixture.

    • Allrecipes says:

      Sorry about that, Haooii Days. We know it’s disappointing. Did you use a
      candy thermometer to check the oil temperature? It needed to reach 375
      degrees F (190 degrees C). And did you let the churros cook long enough?

  8. Shanee Burgos says:

    can u use self rising flour instead of all purpose´╗┐

  9. Chiara Bogan says:

    Same @happi days my were raw in the middle and hard on the outside´╗┐

  10. Allrecipes says:

    No eggs required in this recipe, Adilyna Cota. Here’s a link to the
    original recipe so you may review the ingredients:´╗┐

  11. Chynn Oh says:

    i like how the piping tip switched in 1:40 onwards xD´╗┐

  12. kaye gomez says:

    Omg the best recipe so far of all that Ive tried! Love you!´╗┐

  13. adeline ong says:

    i just make this and its turn out perfect´╗┐

  14. Allrecipes says:

    Hi, nursyafiqahhanim rosli – This is a great question! You can use any kind
    of vegetable oil for this recipe. Choose something that has a mild flavor
    so it won’t compete with the lovely sweet taste of the churros. Canola,
    safflower, corn, or peanut oil are all good. For frying, look for an oil
    with a high smoking point, which means it can be heated to high
    temperatures before smoking and burning. (Butter and margarine won’t work.)
    The label should tell you if it’s a “high heat oil.” Enjoy the recipe!´╗┐

  15. Aaron Joseph Baldovino says:

    how come if you don’t gave the bag ?´╗┐

  16. Allrecipes says:

    Hi, cassandra Collamat – Thanks for your question. Yes, you may substitute
    brown sugar in this recipe. Brown sugar has more flavor because it’s white
    sugar combined with molasses, which gives it moistness and a soft texture.
    The recipe will be just as delicious made with white sugar.´╗┐

  17. Joshua Sure says:

    awesome recipe.´╗┐

  18. Alyssa McGaugh says:

    love them I had all the ingredients thank you so much for making the

  19. ibn3abdillah says:

    Thanks for the recipe. It’s simple, fast and delicious =)´╗┐

  20. Allrecipes says:

    Thank you for your question, Meghan Ross. This recipe uses oil in the
    batter – if you wish, you can use melted butter instead.´╗┐