GUEST BLOGGER MOHAK THUKRAL'S RECIPE FOR HOMEMADE CHURROS
We all love to eat enchanting food! But what if I told you that you could eat such food at
minimal expense? Not many of us can cook, but when it’s a simple recipe why not give it a hand
right? Cooking simple yet delicious food and deserts at home with doesn’t seem like a difficult
task once you’ve laid your hands on a good recipe! In our new section, we shall give you easy
recipes of minimal cost of the same preparations for which you end up paying a huge amount!
The first thing which we are going to talk about is CHURROS, a Spanish desert, quite
popular in Mumbai in outlets like San-churros. Churros are nothing but fried dough
pastry, which can be easily made at home, with 15-20mins, and can be served and
presented to any guest at home.
Once should begin a new thing with something sweet! What could be better than Churros, a
Spanish deep fried dessert made of flour and then dipped in chocolate! A taste of heaven eh? A
simple recipe that takes the least amount of time and shall satisfy your chocolate cravings!
1 cup of water
1 cup of all-purpose flour
2.5 tablespoon castor sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
salt to taste
oil for frying
Compound chocolate (You could use Nutella too!)
1. In a small saucepan, add a cup of water, followed by 2.5 tablespoon of castor sugar and
salt (according to taste) along with a few drops of oil over medium heat. Bring it to a boil
and remove from heat. Add flour and stir well until the mixture begins to hold the shape
of a ball.
2. Keep it aside to cool. Then using your hands, roll it out cylindrically. Then deep-fry till
crispy and golden brown.
3. Once done, sprinkle it with cinnamon powder and castor sugar.
4. For the chocolate sauce, melt the compound chocolate on a double boiler. Serve the
churros with the chocolate sauce!
Do try this at home and we hope you love it! Don’t forget to give us a feedback and tell us if
you want us to post any specific recipe! We shall be back soon with a new recipe! Till then
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Mohak Rajiv Thukral