Churros (Unfried)

Churros (Unfried)

Churros are traditionally made from a thick paste extruded through a pastry bag with a star-shaped tip, and then deep-fried. The resulting grooves on the churros add surface area, which makes the texture extra crispy and airy.  My recipe for unfried churros starts with the same paste as traditional churros, but they are cooked in a waffle iron with very little to no oil.  The waffle grid produces the same structural effect as the pastry bag tip.  The final result is a treat with the full flavour and crispiness of traditional churros, without the extruding step, and minus the vat of oil ... click on title for more