DifficultyIntermediate

Below is the recipe, adapted from Just a taste, with pictures from my attempt.

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Ingredients for churro's
 235 ml water
 1 pinch salt
 20 g sugar
 2 tbsp vegetable oil
 120 g Schär mix C (or other gluten free flour but results may vary depending on the brand)
 100 g cinnamon sugar (buy ready made or combine 100g sugar with 1.5 teaspoon cinnamon)
Other useful equipment
 Deep casserole pan for frying
 Sunflower oil for frying
 Small sauce pan
 Sturdy piping bag with a big tip (i.e. Wilton #2110)
 Scissors
 Paper towels
 Dish with high sides
 Plate

Preparation
1

Divide the cinnamon-sugar over the dish
Lay multiple paper towels on the plate

Preparing the dough
2

Add the water to the sauce pan and add the 20 grams of sugar, salt and 2 spoons of oil. Bring it all to a boil on medium heat.

Take the pan of the heat once it boils and add the gluten free flour little by little, keep stirring until a sticky ball is formed.

Frying the churro's
3

Heat the sunflower oil in the casserole pan.

Put the dough in the piping bag.
Now pipe the dough above the pan and cut it with the scissors.
Prepare a couple of churro bites at a time depending on the size of your pan.

Take them out once they are golden and lay them on the plate with paper.

In the gallery there are two pictures; golden bites were a lot better than the golden-brown ones.

Cinnamon sugar
4

Roll them through the cinnamon sugar after a couple of minutes.

Repeat the last two steps with the remaining dough.

Ingredients

Ingredients for churro's
 235 ml water
 1 pinch salt
 20 g sugar
 2 tbsp vegetable oil
 120 g Schär mix C (or other gluten free flour but results may vary depending on the brand)
 100 g cinnamon sugar (buy ready made or combine 100g sugar with 1.5 teaspoon cinnamon)
Other useful equipment
 Deep casserole pan for frying
 Sunflower oil for frying
 Small sauce pan
 Sturdy piping bag with a big tip (i.e. Wilton #2110)
 Scissors
 Paper towels
 Dish with high sides
 Plate

Directions

Preparation
1

Divide the cinnamon-sugar over the dish
Lay multiple paper towels on the plate

Preparing the dough
2

Add the water to the sauce pan and add the 20 grams of sugar, salt and 2 spoons of oil. Bring it all to a boil on medium heat.

Take the pan of the heat once it boils and add the gluten free flour little by little, keep stirring until a sticky ball is formed.

Frying the churro's
3

Heat the sunflower oil in the casserole pan.

Put the dough in the piping bag.
Now pipe the dough above the pan and cut it with the scissors.
Prepare a couple of churro bites at a time depending on the size of your pan.

Take them out once they are golden and lay them on the plate with paper.

In the gallery there are two pictures; golden bites were a lot better than the golden-brown ones.

Cinnamon sugar
4

Roll them through the cinnamon sugar after a couple of minutes.

Repeat the last two steps with the remaining dough.

Churro’s (tested from Juste a taste)