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- From Spain
- Best made in deep fryer with vegetable oil
- Enjoy fresh churros with Chocolate a la Taza
- Comes with a recipe
- Easy to clean, Hand-operated
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Enjoying churros and chocolate is one of the pleasures our family looks forward to every time we visit Spain. In every town and city in Spain, the smell of fresh churros greets you as you step into the street in the morning. This high quality churro maker brings this experience to your home. It is made in Spain by Bernar, the leading manufacturer of churro makers for generations. They include a classic recipe and detailed instructions. We recommend cooking churros in a deep fryer using vegetable oil, or lard, but you can also use a frying pan. In days gone by each municipal market had at least one churro maker. In El Puerto de Santa María where we lived, we would see two families making them by the market gates -- right around the corner from the man who had myriad varieties of olives from dozens of pails and barrels. The churro batter would sizzle in a cauldron of hot lard as the husband would flex his muscles to extrude the batter into long pretzel type shapes. Then his wife or son would take a thin iron rod to lift out the crisp-fried churros as they became golden brown. They would snip them into handy pieces, fill a cone made of a page from an old newspaper, sprinkle with sugar, and deliver them to you for 5 or 10 duros (5 peseta pieces). In recent years the churro makers have gone 'high tech.' At the Spring Feria in Sevilla the neon signs generate excitement flashing 'churros y chocolate'.
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Before purchasing this product I had no clue of how to make churros, I just knew that I love to eat them. One night for some reason my wife and I were seriously craving for churros, which we had not tried for a while, as we moved from Mexico to US a couple of years ago... cravig was so bad that the same night we desperately started looking up for churro making devices, and luckily for us, this one was the chosen one :).