Churro

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A churro is a fried-dough pastry—predominantly choux—based snack.wikipedia
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Choux pastry

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A churro is a fried-dough pastry—predominantly choux—based snack.
Choux pastry, or pâte à choux, is a light pastry dough used to make profiteroles, croquembouches, éclairs, French crullers, beignets, St. Honoré cake, quenelles, Parisian gnocchi, dumplings, gougères, chouquettes, craquelins, Paris-Brests, and churros.

Cuisine of the Community of Madrid

Cuisine of the Community of Madrid
The smell of local cooking is frequently compared to that of food fried in vegetable oil: churros, calamares a la romana, tortilla de patatas, bocadillos de calamares, patatas bravas, chopitos, gallinejas, among other traditional dishes, which can be smelled cooking no matter the time of day.

Cinnamon sugar

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Churros in American theme parks and street fairs are most often rolled in cinnamon sugar or other flavored sugars.
Cinnamon sugar is a mixture of ground cinnamon and granulated sugar used as a spice to flavor foods such as Belgian waffles, Snickerdoodle cookies, tortillas, coffee cake, French toast, and churros.

Champurrado

They are normally eaten for breakfast dipped in champurrado, hot chocolate, dulce de leche or café con leche.
Champurrado is traditionally served with churros in the morning as a simple breakfast or as a late afternoon snack.

Tulumba

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It is a fried batter soaked in syrup, similar to jalebis and churros.

Hot chocolate

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They are normally eaten for breakfast dipped in champurrado, hot chocolate, dulce de leche or café con leche.
Hot chocolate with churros is the traditional working-man's breakfast in Spain.

Dulce de leche

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They are normally eaten for breakfast dipped in champurrado, hot chocolate, dulce de leche or café con leche. Filled, straight churros are found in Cuba (with fruit, such as guava), Brazil (with chocolate, doce de leite, among others), and in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Mexico (usually filled with dulce de leche or cajeta but also with chocolate and vanilla).
Dulce de leche is used to flavour candies or other sweet foods, such as cakes, churros, cookies (see alfajor), waffles, crème caramel (known as flan in Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking regions), and ice creams; it provides the "toffee" part of English Banoffee pie and is also a popular spread on pancakes and toast, while the French confiture de lait is commonly served with fromage blanc.

List of fried dough foods

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A churro is a fried-dough pastry—predominantly choux—based snack.

Cajeta

Filled, straight churros are found in Cuba (with fruit, such as guava), Brazil (with chocolate, doce de leite, among others), and in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Mexico (usually filled with dulce de leche or cajeta but also with chocolate and vanilla).
Cajeta is eaten on its own as a sweet, as a spread or filling for breads and pastries, such as churros, and as a topping for ice cream.

Breakfast

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In Spain and much of Latin America, churros are available in cafes for breakfast, although they may be eaten throughout the day as a snack.
In Central Spain there is a special breakfast 'known as chocolate con churros – hot chocolate with Spanish-style fritters, which are extruded sticks of doughnut-like dough with a star-shaped profile covered in sugar.

Andalusian cuisine

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Andalusian cuisine
Notable dishes include pestiños (a deep-fried pastry bathed in honey), alfajores, amarguillos (a form of almond macaroons) from Medina Sidonia, the polvorones (almond cookies of Estepa), lard bread, wine doughnuts, torrijas and Calentitos.

Youtiao

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The Portuguese sailed for the Orient and, as they returned from Ming Dynasty China to Portugal, they brought along with them new culinary techniques, including altering dough for youtiao, also known as yóuzháguǐ in southern China, for Portugal.
Churro from Iberia

Andalusia

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In Seville (Andalusia), the name "calientes" or "calentitos de rueda" is sometimes used instead of the word churro.
Many enclosed convents of nuns make and sell pastries, especially Christmas pastries: mantecados, polvorones, pestiños, alfajores, yemas de San Leandro, as well as churros or tejeringos, meringue cookies (merengadas), and amarguillos.

List of doughnut varieties

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List of doughnut varieties
Mexico – Buñuelo, Churro, Sopapilla. The Mexican Donas are very similar to doughnuts including in the name; the dona is a fried–dough pastry–based snack, commonly coated with cinnamon sugar or granulated sugar, or dipped in chocolate. A pelona, alike Berliner, is a pastry similar to local doughnut with no central hole made from sweet yeast dough (Danish dough) deep fried usually in oil, filled with vanilla dulce de leche (in this case local manjar) and few raisins, conventional sugar as topping. Starting on a local doughnut`s dough, rolled, shape molded, deep fried, sliced, opened two halves, filled, recap and topped. Is a popular snack in the street food vending but rarelly seen in bakeries or any other food menus because it is dense and loaded with carbohydrates.

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Churrería El Moro

Churrería El Moro is a restaurant serving churros and hot chocolate in Mexico City.

Cassava-based dishes

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Traditional Cuban Churros were historically prepared with yuca paste and that is the way they are still made in most Cuban households, however must churro making street carts and cafeterias in the island and in Miami use Yuca flour to create the dough nowadays.

Mexican breads

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The most popular of these are churros and buñuelos.

List of deep fried foods

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Uruguayan cuisine

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Spanish influences are very abundant: desserts like churros (cylinders of pastry, usually fried, sometimes filled with dulce de leche), flan, ensaimadas (Catalan sweet bread), and alfajores were all brought from Spain.

List of doughnut shops

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