Thermomix Churros Recipe

Thermomix Churros Recipe

Do you know churros? They are Spanish fried sweets in the shape of a U or stick, typical of the Iberian Peninsula.

They are so popular that, as with crepes in France, you find several stalls frying churros on the street. A sweet street food worth trying!

The base is very simple and with the Thermomix they prepare quickly. As per local tradition, they are delicious dipped in hot chocolate. ;-). In Italy we use the word PUCCIATI. It's not really an official term, but it gives a good idea and everyone understands what it means. In English, what popular term do you use to mean dipping a cookie or cake in a liquid like milk or hot chocolate?


(12 pieces)
- 5 g lemon zest
- 225 g water
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 20 g sugar + to taste to sprinkle
- 15 g seed oil
- 150 g plain flour

To fry

- Peanut oil to taste

Let's cook

Put 5 g lemon zest in the mixing bowl and chop slightlu 5 Sec. Speed 7.

Pour 225 g water, add 1/2 tsp salt, 20 g sugar and 15 g seed oil. Heat 5 Min. 100C Speed 2.

Add 150 g plain flour and mix 30 Sec. Speed 4.

Bring to the bottom of the bowl with the spatula and mix again 5 Sec. Speed 4.

Transfer to a plate and leave to cool 5 Min.

Heat plenty of peanut oil in a saucepan.

Put the mixture in a churros syringe (or in a piping bag with a large star-shaped spout), pour out the dough, shape the churro into a "U" and fry until golden brown.

Drain the churros on absorbent paper.

Serve the churros warm, sprinkled with sugar.


When you put the mixture in the syringe (churrera) or in the pastry bag, put it little by little and let it go down well, so that there is no air left inside.

If you prefer, you can make lots of 10/15 cm long sticks.

Translated from the Churros Bimby
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