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whats a Churros?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by disneymom, Aug 29, 2008.

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    Never heard of them before but recommended in a guide book
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    I'm not really sure how to describe them.. So here's a link to wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churro

    They are extremely yummy though yummmmm! Worth a try , they aren't expensive.
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    The ones you get at WDW are not authentic. The real Mexican churro has filling. :yes: THOSE are wonderful.

    The ones that you get here are rather dry and tasteless but for the cinnamon coating. :shrug:
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    they're more like spanish churros, they're like a doughnut batter thats piped into hot oil and fried in lengths. Very tasty. The spanish dip them into thick hot chocolate
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    I want one now.
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    Good point, Brit. They are more like Spanish and less like (for me) the more familiar Mexican.

    They are as different as the Mexican and Spanish tortilla. :yes:
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    I like them....they're great to snack on when you don't want ice cream. :)

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