Do you ever get the urge to have something sweet and delicious? Why not try some Spanish churros? Churros are long and skinny strips of dough, which are fried in vats of very hot oil. The churreros (baker) have a special machine that squeezes out the dough (la masa) in the shape of a spiral. The spirals of fried dough are removed from the oil, cut into pieces, and then sprinkled with powdered sugar. Churros may be eaten as a snack at any time. Most people in Spain and other Spanish speaking countries prefer to have their churros in the morning with a cup of coffee or thick hot chocolate. Of course, churros should always be dunked into the hot chocolate for a real treat. Qué rico! (How Delicious!)