Total Time:
35 min
10 min
25 min

6 servings

  • Chocolate Dunking Sauce:
  • 4 ounces dark chocolate, chopped
  • 1 cup milk, plus 1 cup
  • 1 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 4 tablespoons sugar

Place the chocolate and half of the milk in a pan and heat on low. When the chocolate has melted, dissolve the cornstarch in the remaining milk and whisk into the chocolate with the sugar. Cook on low heat, whisking constantly, until the chocolate is thickened, about 5 minutes. Add extra cornstarch if it does not start to thicken after 5 minutes. Remove and whisk smooth.

Pour and serve in cups for dipping churros.

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    Churros came out tasting like salted egg dough inside even after I tried to finish cooking them in the oven. Not even the chocolate sauce could save it.
    This recipe is ok with one exception. Churros are essentially choux pastry that's fried. This recipe calls for throwing the eggs all in at once - which is a mistake, they should be added slowly until each one is fully incorporated. 
    I actually like adding about 1/3 c of milk to the water as well so that the proportions are 1.3 liquid to 1 c flour. I like my dough to be a little more moist, since the excess moisture evaporates pretty quickly.
    It was all right. After reading the previous reviews of the "churros" being eggy I waited for the flour/water mixture to cool before putting in the eggs so the eggs wouldn't begin to cook. This recipe is closer to an eclair dough than any churro I've ever had. They weren't bad but not the the churro I was thinking of. Maybe the recipe should specify that the dough should cool a little first before putting the eggs in.
    no taste, small cinnmom sugar
    i tried this and they tasted excellent. they were the best ever if people would just leave the recipe the way it is.
    I tried the recipe without reading the reviews..Then, I ad some rhum and cinnamon to get out of that eggy smell...When I cooked it, it has no, but at all NO taste of churros, neither texture..Thsi recipe should be Out, please.
    This was the worst churro I've ever had, it tasted like I was eating pure egg. Definitely not what I expected, the picture was deceiving. Terrible recipe, will not ever use or recommend this one again.
    Tasted a bit bland. Even with the cinnamon sugar I wasn't too impressed. I'll look for another recipe.
    The churros tasted eggy and bland at the same time. The batter smelled gross and I had to drink water to keep from being sick to my stomach. It felt like it took forever and it wasn't worth it. Plus the sugar didn't even stick.
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