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Can I make Churros without a Churro maker? If so how?

Asked by Sunshine1245_1190 (144points) March 19th, 2011

I found a recipe for my international cook off at school, but I don’t have a Churro maker, can I still make churros?

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Nullo's avatar

Probably. It’s fried dough dipped in cinnamon, isn’t it? As long as you have the means to fry the dough you should be fine. Granted, it won’t look like a churro, but the point is the flavor.

YoBob's avatar

If course you can. People have been making churros for a heck of a lot longer than people have been making churro machines. All a churro is is a deep fried blob of batter rolled in cinnamon and sugar.

Put your dough in a piping bag and squirt it into the pan of hot oil. If you don’t have a piping bag, just snip a bottom corner off of a zip-top baggie and extrude the batter through that.

BarnacleBill's avatar

Get a pastry bag and a large star tip. Any place that sells Wilton cake decorating stuff can fix you up with that. Michael’s Crafts comes to mind.

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