Churros are a famous Spanish sweet treat made with pastry dough fried in oil. They are crispy from the outside and light and pillowy on the inside. Churros are tube-shaped and rolled in cinnamon sugar, usually served with a chocolate sauce. They taste similar to doughnuts but much easier to make.
Having the right temperature is very crucial while frying churros. If the oil is too hot, the outside of the churros becomes brown, leaving the inside raw and doughy. Churros are best served warm and should be eaten right away.