If you are unfamiliar with the word “churros” please let me explain the term. Churros are sausage-shaped, deep-fried doughnuts, dusted or sprayed with sugar. Similar to a cruller, this Spanish and Mexican specialty consists of a sweet-dough spiral that is deep-fried and eaten like a doughnut.
Churros are usually coated with a mixture of cinnamon and confectioners’ (or granulated) sugar. The snack gets its name from its shape, which resembles the horns of the Churro breed of sheep reared in the Spanish grasslands of Castile.
They are highly popular in Latin America, Spain, France, Portugal, the United States, and Spanish-speaking Caribbean islands. In Panama, they are so popular that they can disappear from a churro’s cafeteria faster than the thawing of the polar caps.
The Twisters emptied our pockets requesting a large stock of these goodies. Cokes were also added to the list. We gently consented. Good Day.