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Another of our international dessert treats, churros are Spanish doughnuts. Instead of the typical ring doughnut as found in the U.K. these are extruded fingers. Coated in sugar they are a delicious treat, perfect for dipping in sauce, and traditionally served in Spain with drinking chocolate.
We offer them with a range of sauces, whipped cream, sprinkles, cinnamon sugar and Nutella.
Give your wedding guests or exhibition clients a real treat with delicious hot fresh churros fingers on their own or combined with our hot chocolate service.
Our churros carts are provided with experienced churros bakers. All the required consumables and ingredients. Toppings provided are;
If you have a particular favourite topping, don’t be afraid to tell us. We can source most items to ensure we meet your precise needs.
Hire A Churros Cart
We offer a range of themed carts that can be used indoors or outside. These can be fully custom branded for corporate use. Additionally we offer a full custom design service. We can design, install and operate a fully customised churros cart. Perfect for exhibitions, or sales promotions.
Depending on how many guests are to be served, and the health and safety requirements at your venue, we can offer either a traditional fried service, or a baked service. This eliminates the need to have deep fat fryers onsite and will be easier to gain approval from site managers.
Traditionally in Spain, they are served with hot chocolate. A combined churros and hot chocolate cart is sure to provide your guests with a real treat. Delicious finger doughnuts and luxury hot chocolate.
You can choose from our Cadbury’s drinking chocolate carts, or our luxury Charbonnel Et Walker hot chocolate cart.
You can also combine this with our other catering options to provide a full dessert range.
Spanish Churros doughnut cart hire, in the U.K. Including Scotland, London, Yorkshire, Lancashire, The North East and The Midlands, this is a perfect snack treat for weddings, parties, military balls, college balls, corporate events, exhibitions, company fun-days, sales promotions, open days and any other event where a delicious finger snack is required, either as a dessert, or even a breakfast treat. Perfect with popcorn, candy floss and many other treats.
Churros are a traditional Spanish and Portuguese snack, although they are also widespread in the Philippines and Ibero-America. As well as countries such as the United States, which have a history of immigration from Spain also.
Quite often eaten as a breakfast snack dipped in hot chocolate, dulce de leche or champurrado (a chocolate and corn flour based drink).
Like many traditions, the origins are unclear. One theory is that the Portuguese explorers brought them from China to Europe.
Another story suggests that Spanish shepherds made them to substitute for fresh bakery goods. The paste was easy to make and fry in open fires on the mountains where they spent most of their time.
Whatever their true origins, they are an extremely popular street food in many countries around the globe, having spread from their original Iberian roots.
Fun Facts About Churros.
Originally they were about the size of a breadstick.
In Cuba they are filled with guava.
Often served as a breakfast dish.
They are filled with dulce de leche in some countries.
A single serving contains about 116 calories.
It is names a churro because it resembles a breed of sheep called, Churro.
A person who makes them is called a Churrero.
In the North of Spain a thicker, version can be found called a porra. In Andalusia they are made much thinner and with a smoother surface.
Spanish Churros Recipe
A pinch of salt 1 Cup all purpose flour
2 tablespoons sugar 1/2 Cup butter
3 Eggs (beaten) 1 Cup water
Nutmeg and Orange zest to taste.
Mix the butter, water and sugar in a large saucepan, over medium heat, add the flour, and flavourings stirring until it forms a ball. Whick in the eggs 1 at a time until it becomes a smooth batter. Use a piping bag to squeeze out and deep fry.
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