If the only churro you’ve tasted was sold to you by a woman on a subway platform, served cold out of a wire laundry cart on wheels, you are doing yourself a disservice. When served fresh out of the frier and dusted with cinnamon-sugar, churros are one of our all-time favorite desserts.
The Spanish have perfected the dippable crullers, elevating churro making to an art form. They serve their churros hot, with a thick, rich chocolate sauce for dipping. In Spain, churros y chocolate is typically eaten for breakfast, which makes your beloved doughnuts and coffee suddenly seem boring.
So what are you waiting for? Go hit the streets and find yourself a piping-hot churro with a side of rich dipping chocolate.