Churros de Queso (Cheese Churros)
This might be best fried cheese dish we've come across all week. Of course, there's only one way to find out for sure, and that's to make it! Luckily the whole recipe is brought to us by serious eats. Check it out:
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 bakeries, but they are most commonly served at afternoon parties and especially kids' birthday parties, there known as piñatas after the totem of the celebrations