Churros de bolsa “Mini Churoky”, como si fueran Donuts.

Churros de bolsa “Mini Churoky”, como si fueran Donuts.

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carolina
9 April, 2010

Hola quisiera saber como es que venden esos churros embolsados? como se conservan crocantes? se comen frios?

Bego
22 July, 2010

Tienen forma de churro, pero sabor, embalaje y textura de donut. Se comen fríos. Nada que ver con un churro auténtico, vaya.

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