When living in Bondi Beach, Australia, I developed an unhealthy obsession with CHURROS. I’m not sure what kept taking me back to those little, sweet, doughy pieces of heaven but I couldn’t get enough. The other day when I was sat thinking about my amazing year in Australia and questioning why I spend 2 hours a day squashed on the Central Line, I decided to make some churros to cheer myself up. A quick google (shock) and I came across this easy BBC Good Food recipe. I should point out here that when I decided to make churros that evening, I had already come to the conclusion that I wouldn’t mess about making a chocolate sauce and would simply melt the large Cadburys Fruit & Nut bar I had hiding in my cupboard. I got to work making the relatively simple dough (from following the recipe) and all was going well until I realised I wasn’t strong enough to de-lump my dough but I left it to rest anyway and prepped my nozzle and piping bag. I never actually realised that a star nozzle and piping bag would be needed to make the churro shape but I guess it makes sense… **If you are making the chocolate sauce included in the recipe I’d recommend making it now** After boiling up the sunflower oil and stuffing my piping bag with the rested dough (that was actually a difficult and messy task) I began the piping and cutting the churros. It’s useful to have an extra pair of hands for this part as you are dealing with VERY HOT oil and the cutting and pipping routine can be a little tricky, so it’s best to grab anyone thats around to help and avoid any oil related disasters. It was pretty smooth sailing for me once I had got the piping and cutting routine sorted. Straight after the churro came out I would leave it on some kitchen roll to de-oil and then I would transfer it to my pre made cinnamon sugar tray for some shaking around. You can have fun with the size/shape of your churros which great and I’d say one batch is enough for 4 people to have a churro only meal (which is a lot of churros!). Unfortunately, on eating, it turned out about 60% of my churros were not cooked enough inside – I should have left them in the oil for longer and not worried about them being overdone. I’d say experiment a bit before committing to cooking time. No one likes uncooked dough. The churros were actually incredible and the melted Cadburys went perfectly with those well behaved cooked ones – perfect t for any dinner party, BBQ, weekend treat, weekday treat, birthday party…actually they are perfect for any time.