August 9, 2012
You can't have just one. [Photograph: María del Mar Sacasa]
Churros de queso, not to be confused with the ridged, sugar-and-cinnamon coated churros commonly served with chocolate sauce and coffee, are a savory Nicaraguan finger food. These index finger-sized pastries are rolled and filled with firm, salty, white cheese that resembles mozzarella in texture.
Churros, also called by the diminutive churritos, are a common item found in Nicaraguan bakerie
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