Eggless cinnamon Churros. Eggless cinnamon sugar churros, a popular Spanish dessert recently landed in the Indian subcontinent and has been taking palates with a storm! So, I obviously tried out the recipe on my own. To begin making the Churros Recipe With Cinnamon & Sugar, we will first make the Churro dough.
Note if you are using baking powder – mix flour and baking powder together and keep aside. That is what this recipe is. Easy, homemade, eggless, vegan, fried, doughy goodness coated in a dust of yummy cinnamon sugar. You can cook Eggless cinnamon Churros using 7 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Eggless cinnamon Churros
- It’s 3/4 Cup of Maida.
- Prepare 2 tablespoons of sugar.
- You need 2 Tablespoons of water.
- Prepare 1 Cup of water.
- It’s as required of Oil for Frying.
- Prepare 2 Tablespoon of powdered Sugar.
- It’s 1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon Powder.
I will confess that I had not heard of churros before I moved to the US. As cliché as it may sound, my first encounter with churros was in Disneyland, California. Churros have a sweet and light cinnamon flavor, without being overpowering. Originally of Spanish origin, they are now a popular dessert in many western countries!.
Eggless cinnamon Churros instructions
- In a Non-stick Kadai add Butter, sugar and water..
- Once the sugar melts. Add maida and mix it with the help of whisker. Cook for 4-5 mints..
- Knead hot batter with your hands for 3-4 mints. Immediately pour the batter in a piping bag. While piping your batter should be warm..
- Make a line of 3"or 4"or you can give any shape like heart, Ring etc.
- Heat oil in a kadai.. Dry fry churros sticks on low and medium heat for 7-10 mints or till it changes colour.
- After frying Dust the Churros with powdered sugar and cinnamon powder…
- Serve hot with Nuttela or chocolate sauce.
The best ever eggless churros made with simple and easy ingredients! Each bite of these little eggless churros brings a burst of flavors in your mouth. Crispy outside with slightly tender inside, coated with sugar and cinnamon, this popular Spanish dessert tastes just heavenly. Especially when cherished with a semi-sweet chocolate dipping. Add water, milk, butter, sugar and vanilla essence in a heavy bottom pan.