A paper cone full of freshly fried churros, in Sevilla, in the Santa Cruz barrio.
Before this trip to Spain, when I thought of churros I thought of the Mexican version, deep fried and rolled in cinnamon and sugar. While still quite, quite fond of that version, I have found a new love: churros con chocolate. We first tried them in Madrid: deep fried dough, dipped into a cup of hot chocolate so thick it was like a pudding. A traditional Spanish breakfast food. "A very powerful breakfast," as our waiter said.
This was in Granada, enjoyed in the lovely Plaza Bib-Rambla.
One side of the beautiful plaza.
One more look.
Happy Weekend and Happy Feasting!