Churros originally come from Spain. It derives its name from the way it resembles the horns of the churro, which is a breed of sheep found in the grassland of Huarocho, Spain.

Cooking steps

Crack an Egg!

Gently crack the egg on the side of the bowl, then quickly position the egg above the bowl. Don't crack too hard or you'll make a mess!

Cook Churro Dough!

Follow the scrolling instruction to make Churro Dough. When the bottom indicator is green, perform the correct action. Grab the slider to adjust the heat. Click the food or still spoon when indicated.

Pipe the Churro dough!

Drag the pastry bag to pipe the Churro dough.

Deep Fry Churro!

Grab the food and drop it into the pot. Don't remove the food too quickly! Wait for the food to turn golden brown, then grab it and place it on the lower tray.

Roll the Churros!

Roll the churros in sugar and cinnamon.