Churros Recipe Method
- Mix quickly with wooden spoon to form soft dough.
- Remove from heat when thick and not sticking to pan.
- Beat in the egg until smooth.
- Leave to cool slightly.
- Spoon into a Piping bag with a large pastry nozzle.
- Pipe long lengths into hot, deep oil, in an electric deep fat fryer.
- Here is our favorite
- Fry until golden brown.
- Carefully remove and leave to cool slightly.
- Cut into random lengths of about 4 “/10 cm and dredge with sugar.
- Serve with our Chocolate Sauce.
Chocolate for Churro Dunking
- 110g/4oz dark chocolate
- 2 cups/16fl oz double cream
- 1 tbsp cornstarch/cornflour
- 4 tbsps sugar
Garlic Chicken Ingredients for Four People
- One whole chicken of 3lb. approx.
- Six plump cloves of garlic
- One bunch of fresh flat leaf parsley
- Two or three sprigs of fresh thyme
- (One teaspoon of dried will do)
- One large whole lemon
- One small glass of dry sherry
- (Or a good dry white wine will do)
- Extra Virgin olive oil.
- Salt and black pepper
Garlic Chicken Method
- Cut the Chicken into ten even bone-in pieces.
- Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and leave for five minutes to rest.
- Brown the chicken in two tablespoons of olive oil, in a large non-stick frypan – medium high heat.
- Turn heat down and cook covered with lid for 15 minutes.
- Meanwhile – skin and bash your garlic with the blade of a large kitchen knife, then chop finely.
- Chop a good handfull of parsley and squeeze your lemon.
- Remove the cooked chicken pieces to an earthenware and keep warm in a low oven, retaining the juices in the pan.
- Add the garlic to the pan juices and cook gently for about 10 minutes – being carefull not to burn.
- Now add the sherry and thyme – turn up the heat and let the sauce reduce to about half while you stir.
- Pour off any excess oil, add the lemon juice and about 3/4 of the chopped parsley and reduce slightly again.
Take the chicken from the oven – pour over the sauce – sprinkle the rest of the chopped parsley over the top – and serve.
Below is a sample meal that you might find on a menu at a restaurant or if you were invited to someone’s home for lunch:
- Vegetable or Seafood Soup
- Fresh Fish or Seafood, Roast Chicken or Lamb, Fried Potatoes, Rabbit Stew, etc.
- Green Salad or Vegetables
- Dessert – Flan, light pastry, fresh fruit or ice cream
- Coffee, Brandy and a Cigar
Today I went to Restaurant in Toronto to eat mexican food , I got to tacos I can say that it was very tasty and pretty good prices there . Located 690 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M6G 1L2 .