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How do you make churros at home?

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Not only does this Tasty recipe video share how to make churros at home, but it also provides a bit of history about the unknown origin of this deep-fried pastry and explores a few pitfalls when making them.

Why three eggs? Vanilla and cinnamon options? What happens if you don’t use the recommended oil temperature? Learn a few extra details about why this recipe works the way it works.

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piping into oil
Bonus: After you roll it in crunchy cinnamon sugar, try dipping it in cayenne-spiced chocolate dipping sauce. They share how to make that, too.

churros with dipping sauce
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