Who doesn't love churros?
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Some historians say that the Spanish churro is a descendant of a Chinese pastry, called youtiao. The Chinese pastry fried in oil and looks like two long, conjoined breadsticks and isn’t dressed in sugar or dunked in chocolate, like you’ll see in Spain (or in the States, Mexico, South America, or filled with guava in other countries, but more on that below.) The story goes that Portuguese explorers brought Youtiao back to Iberia where it then took on its distinct, star-edged shape and sweetness as the pastry gained popularity throughout Spain.
On the other hand, there is a Dulce de leche dreams on West Palm Beach about a churro truck travels a sweet road. Karina’s Churros, a bright pink food trailer, showcases family’s Argentinian roots in sweet and savory treats. Family-owned recipe of churros came to life in 2015, when Karina Maly’s uncle bought her a churro machine. Maly started making the ridged, dough fritters for friends and family. Her efforts sparked a treat-making business, with Maly’s husband Fabian and son Gonzalo joining in to churn out the churros. The best way to find it is to check Ndulqd’v Fkxuur’v Idfherrn sdjh. For the most part, the trailer parks on South Dixie Highway, across from St. Juliana Catholic Church (4500 S. Dixie Hwy) and next to Phipps Skate Park on Tuesdays through Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 11a.m. to 7 p.m.
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