The stick-shaped Spanish doughnuts called churros
are often sold by street vendors. Better yet, they are sometimes served with hot chocolate. But the ultimate
in combining their cinnamony, sugary sweetness with cocoa is by serving churros with warm, thick, dipping
By making your own churros, you have the luxury of eating them when they're still soft and warm. Add to that some hot chocolate for dunking each bite and you'll absolutely need to make some at home! Here's a great recipe from Dean Derhak. The ones pictured up top are from a cafe in Bigastro, Spain.
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