Legend has it that churros were developed by mountain-dwelling Spanish shepherds. Given their location, the shepherds were not able to come by fresh-baked goods. As a result, the nomadic people developed a cake-like, cylindrical, confection that could be cooked in a pan over an open fire. Centuries later we are forever in debt to those Spanish shepherds.
Since the time of its creation, churros have spread across the planet and are now one of the most popular snacks in Latin America, France, and Spain.
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