Even for a Michelin-starred chef like José Chesa, churros are fundamentally about simplicity. All you need is a frying pan and six basic ingredients, and you can make a soigné snack that will bring you right back to a simpler time.
"Some of the happiest memories of my childhood involve sneaking pieces of piping-hot churros right out of my grandmother's frying pan and eating them under the kitchen table," Chesa told MUNCHIES.
RECIPE: Spanish-Style Churros
We also recommend eating these churros under the kitchen table for maximum effect.