Banana Churros

Discover the magic of this popular Mexican delicacy that features a crunchy outer layer with a soft and chewy centre flavoured with bananas. This easy alternative to traditional churro is perfect to give a power packed start to the day. Made using the simplest of ingredients and ready in under 15 minutes, this is a delicacy that everyone will completely love.



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Also known as Mexican fritters and Spanish Tasty Doughnuts, Churros are basically long strips of dough that are deep fried then rolled in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar or dipped in chocolate. Churros are a popular snack in Portugal, Mexico, Spain, and South America, and now have been adapted all over the world. Churros are made in different ways in different countries. In Mexico and Brazil, churros are filled or served with dulce de leche or a variation of caramel. Whatever the filling or drizzle may be, the characteristics of churros remain the same everywhere. Crispy exterior and gooey centre with ridged surface that are achieved when fried directly from a churrera, a syringe-like tool.


Easy and quick Bananas Churros

 Irresistible and incredible, this is one delicacy that neither kids or adults can ever resist. We have used the simplest methods to make this scrumptious treat that you can savour anytime of the day. These golden and crunchy treats are great to use as a fun school snack or birthday meal. This delicious dessert recipe is perfect to wow anyone. Prepare it today and enjoy the magic of simple cooking.


How to make Banana Churros?

1. Heat water in a Meyer casserole and add butter to it. Let the butter melt properly, then turn off the heat.

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2. Add flour to the mixture and reduce heat to medium-low. Cook and stir constantly until the mixture combines to form a semi-soft dough.
Banana Churros

3. Transfer the dough into a big bowl and allow it to come to room temperature. Add mashed bananas to the dough. Then add an egg and mix it well into the dough. Now, spoon the dough into a piping bag.

4.Heat oil in a wok and slowly pipe the batter in the hot oil making a long snake-like shape. Let it fry for about 2 minutes per side until golden brown.
Banana Churros

5.Then transfer the churros to the cinnamon sugar mixture and roll to coat. Serve warm with melted chocolate.
Banana Churros


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Expert Tips 

  1. Use oil that has a high smoking point to ensure that the churros come crispy and cooked properly.
  2. Don’t let the oil get too hot as this will cause the churros to burn.
  3. You can experiment with the drizzles and dips; you can use various spices (like pumpkin spice), melted dark chocolate, caramel sauce or whipped cream.

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1 comment

  • Annie

    Hey varun! I always loved cooking …I think after trying your dishes…I starts loving cooking as a passion…I request you to do some continental lunch and some diet crunches

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