Ingredients


50g lactose free butter, melted

½ tsp vanilla extract

250g gluten free plain flour, from a new bag.

1 tsp gluten free baking powder

about 1 litre sunflower oil

few chunks of gluten free bread

For the sauce

200g bar lactose free chocolate, broken into chunks

100ml lactose free double cream

100ml lactose free milk

3 tbsp golden syrup

½ tsp vanilla extract, if you have some

For the cinnamon sugar

100g caster sugar

2 tsp cinnamon


Serves - 6


Method


Boil the kettle, then measure 350ml boiling water into a jug and add the melted butter and vanilla extract. Sift the gluten free flour and baking powder into a big mixing bowl with a big pinch of salt. Make a well in the centre, then pour in the contents of the jug and very quickly beat into the gluten free flour with a wooden spoon until lump-free. Rest for 10-15 mins while you make the sauce.

Put all the sauce ingredients into a pan and gently melt together, stirring occasionally until you have a smooth shiny sauce. Keep warm on a low heat. Fill a large deep saucepan one-third full of oil. Cooking with hot oil can be dangerous, read up on how to deep-fry safely to avoid accidents in the kitchen. Heat until a cube of gluten free bread browns in 45 seconds – 1 min. Cover a tray with kitchen paper and mix the caster sugar and cinnamon together.

Fit a star nozzle to a piping bag, 1.5-2cm wide is a good size. Fill with the rested dough, then pipe 2-3 strips directly into the pan, snipping off each dough strip with a pair of kitchen scissors. Fry until golden brown and crisp. Be very careful here as if air bubbles form in the churros they can explode - keep children out of the kitchen and protect yourself by wearing long sleeves, eye protection and keeping your face away from the pan. then remove with a slotted spoon and drain on the kitchen paper-lined tray.

Carry on cooking the rest of the dough in batches, sprinkling the cooked churros with some cinnamon sugar as you go. Once you’ve cooked all the churros, toss with any remaining cinnamon sugar and serve with the chocolate sauce, for dipping. It's important to take care when cooking with hot oil - read our guide on how to deep-fry safely to avoid accidents in the kitchen.


Recipe adapted from: Good Food

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