Jul 2009

Churros Rellenos – Tijuana

1:15 p.m. Off the corner of 2nd and Revolucion, in the heart of Tijuana’s tourism district, lies a simple stand hawking a churro to shame all other churros. For a buck twenty-five, one receives a foot-long rod of deep-fried dough rolled in cinnamon and sugar and piped with dulce de leche, chocolate sauce, or custard. Churros rellenos were not on the official chow itinerary, but it would’ve been a travesty to leave Mexico without one in my gullet.

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15 thoughts on “Churros Rellenos – Tijuana

  1. if we didn’t have to eat 9 meals that day, I wouldn’t have shared that churro with you! 🙂 that thing was mighty delicious. great photo btw! proves you don’t need an SLR to have great photos

  2. OMG i’ve been looking to go on a churro hunt and this is perfect!!! won’t be going to tj, but @Tam, that place looks amazing!!!!!! I’m definitely going to have to check that place out.

  3. Troi oi!!! This has me salivating in whole new ways! Is there anything in Vietnam that might satisfy a churro w/ dulce de leche craving??

  4. Hello.
    I’d like to invite you to enjoy the best RASPADOS in Tijuana. They’re over the Insurgentes Blvd.

    It’s Name is RASPADOS DON PIMPO, The best…

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