In Spanish cooking, a churro is a cake-like, pastry made of dough and fried in oil (100% olive oil in some traditional recipes). Once cooked, churros should be crispy golden brown on the outside and soft on the inside. In Spain, it is eaten plain or rolled in cinnamon sugar. It can either be thin or long and thick. This pastry delight is popular in Spain, Portugal, France, South Americas, Iberian America and other Spanish-colonial regions like the Philippines and many more. Nowadays, there are a lot of versions and varieties on how it’s cooked and eaten.
La Lola Churreria is a top choice for classic churros and other specialty snacks since it opened in 2014. Their very first branch is in Powerplant Mall, Rockwell. Currently, they have 8 branches all over NCR and I was able to try their specials at the ground level of The Block in SM North Edsa branch. Read More »