- Spanish churros
- Ready to eat in minutes
- Pre-cooked and frozen
- About 30 per package
- Size - 3 x 1.1 pounds/0.5 kilo
Nothing can invoke fonder memories of a Spanish morning than sitting in a café with fresh churros and a large cup of thick chocolate to dip them in. The churro makers, often a husband and wife, and maybe a son, come on their appointed rounds with their portable kettle, set up shop and then squeeze fluted patterns of thick churro batter into the hot oil.
At just the right moment, they deftly retrieve the long curved strands of sweet light and crunchy churros and snip them into easy to eat lengths. In the olden days they would fill up a cone made from a sheet of yesterday’s newspaper, sprinkle their treat with sugar and hand it to you, sizzling hot.
Churros are great just as they are sprinkled with a little sugar, or dipped in a pool of thick chocolate – chocolate a la taza.
Now we have taken all the trouble out of it and you can enjoy churros at home in minutes! We have fried the churros, flash frozen them, and can deliver a generous pack to your door. Just keep them in the freezer and take out a few as you hanker for them. You can put them in the toaster oven or fryer and have these authentic treats from Old Spain in a matter of minutes.
Water, flour, sunflower oil and salt.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 12 reviews Write a review
"I am a Spaniard and these are the next best thing to having churros right at a churrería. Sure, not as good, as they are not fresh made, but not any different from buying the churros at the churrería and waiting to eat them home. Very quick and convenient too. I tried basically all the cooking methods, and what works best for me is the simplest one: just put them in the toaster and sprinkle them with sugar afterwards. Did I mention that they are also a great value for this price? "
Luis - Erie, PA
Dani Mottley - Point Pleasant, NJ
"These were very tasty and easy to prepare,"
Judith Bock - Bel Air, MD
Christina Potter - North Bergen , NJ
"Nothing like the real churros I ate while living in Spain. Just a solid stick of grease."
mary b - greenwich, Connecticut
"These are fabulous but the cooking instructions in English are wrong. If you cook them at 450 for 4 minutes and then broil them for another 3-4 minutes, they turn out perfect."
Susan - Roseville, California
"Great in the toaster. I spend months in Spain now days and was not disappointed. They are better than in many places in Madrid, but not as good as in same "Churrerias" that I frequent there "
"Excellent when toasted in a toaster oven and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar."
"These were disappointing prepared in the oven as stated on the package. And deep fried adds extra oil. The best way is in the toaster (toast tongs are needed to get them back out). That makes them crunchy, delicous and super easy to prepare, and they are the next best thing to having a churreria around the corner. If you don't have thick "chocotate" to dip them in, sprinkle with sugar (or cinnamon sugar) as soon as you pull them out of the toaster."
"just came back from spain 1 month ago. rather disappointed with the frozen churros i ordered. best to do the recipe from scratch instead."
"Absolutely awesome. These churros taste great. It is like being back home!"