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First of all, I would like to say that I love to eat and also I love to try different food.
This summer I was in valencia, Spain, to see my boyfriend and he brought me to a real south spanish cafe to eat churros.
Churros are typical Andalusia, the south region of Spain, and it`s a fried-dough pastry. The cook was pumping the pastry out of a tap directly into a pan filled with boiling oil. Then with the help of thwo sticks he started twirling the pastry around, until he formed a spiral. When it was cooked he cut it and he served it hot for us with a cappuccino for me and hot chocolate for my boyfriend.
You can eat the churro just with sugar on top, which is delicious, or dipping it into the beverage you have.
It`s tradition to eat churro for break fast the day of Reies, the 6th of january.
I absolutely advise you to try if you ever have the chance to go to Spain, cause it`s very good, but be ready to get super full; you`ll probably skip the lunch ;)
Lots of love!
*The picture is mine.