Churros with chocolate sauce
Churros are delicious deep-fried doughnuts that are piped into long strips. They are coated in cinnamon sugar and dipped in rich chocolate sauce!
To make the churros batter: add water, butter, 25g sugar, 0,5tsp cinnamon and soy sauce to a sauté pan. Heat until the butter is melted and water is boiling. Add flour and stir while gently heating for 2-3 minutes. Remove from the heat and let it cool for a few minutes. Stir in the egg until it is totally absorbed in the dough. Fill the dough in a piping bag with a star shaped nozzle.
Heat the oil to 170 degrees in a large sauce pan or deep fryer. Pipe 5-6cm long dough strips. Fry 3-4 minutes until lightly golden and crispy.
Mix 1 tsp cinnamon and 100 g sugar. Sprinkle the hot churros with the sugar mix.
For the sauce add butter, cream and chopped chocolate to a small sauce pan. Heat gently until the chocolate is melted and dissolved into the cream. Season with soy sauce and serve with churros.
This portion of churros is quite a lot, but it is hard to make the batch smaller. You could pipe out all of the dough ahead and freeze it. Then you just fry the amount you want to eat and have a tasty treat in minutes.
You can also add vanilla ice cream to the dish alongside the chocolate sauce.
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