Churros are deep-fried, stick-thin fritters dredged in sugar. They are a staple Mexican street sweet. For this recipe, we suggest using a household deep fryer for the best results.
Viva Fiesta everyone! It’s our favorite time of year to “Party With a Purpose” in the Alamo City! We hope you’re here to celebrate as well. If it’s not in the cards for you to attend, we’d like to bring the festivities – and the food – to you!
Scrumptious churros, seasoned with ground cinnamon and sugar, and plated with a delectable chocolate dipping sauce from Batanga in H-Town!
Plan a cuddle session with that special someone this week…temps are set to take another dip. It’s an early chill to get you in the mood for all kinds of fun stuff…including this choice combo: churros with homemade hot chocolate!
Ruben Ortega is known for his churros, which have been featured in Saveur magazine and in Hugo’s cookbook, Hugo Ortega’s Street Food of Mexico. It’s not only a favorite at the restaurant, but at home, too. Ruben sometimes does a twist on the traditional Mexican pastry for his son, by turning it into an ice cream sandwich…