These churros are melt in your mouth, unlike the typical heavy and dense churros served in restaurants. Other recipes refer to these as "Angel Churros". The dough is similiar to the dough used for cream puffs. Be sure that the oil is hot enough but not too hot. If it is not hot enough, your churros will be overly oily; if it is too hot the outsides of the churro will brown far too quickly and before the inside of the churro has completed cooking. I am not sure why the recipe states that it takes 2 hours and 40 minutes for the churros to be completed. When I make them they are completed in no more then an hour. So it is a quicker recipe then it states. Follow the recipe as stated and you'll have the most heavenly churros. Yummy!!!
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These churros are melt in your mouth, unlike the typical heavy and dense churros served in...