Ambiano Churros Maker @ Aldi £14.99 & £2.95 postage (under £20).
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Ambiano Churros Maker @ Aldi £14.99 & £2.95 postage (under £20).

£14.99Aldi Deals
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Posted 4th Nov
Available to pre-order online now and will be in-store from Sunday 10th November.

Free delivery over £20 or £2.95 if under.

Available in red, white and black.
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

A healthier way to make delicious churros without frying.

Prepare a special treat for friends and family in minutes with this easy-to-use Churro Maker. It makes 4 delicious but healthy churros at once. Instead of frying them, this device will bake them fat-free. For especially even results turn your churro maker around during baking. The non-stick cooking surface ensures hassle-free cleaning after each use. Simply store it upright to save space.

Contents

1 x Churro maker

1 x Manual

1 x Warranty card

Features

Healthy Churros in minutes

Makes 4 at once

Automatic temperature control

Durable and break free locking latch

Indicator lights

Non-stick coated

Rotary system for even baking

Non-slip feet

Stands upright for compact storage

Guarantee/Warranty:
3 years

Safety Warning:
Surface becomes hot

Brand:
Ambiano

Cable Length:
70cm (approx.)

Dimensions:
32.2 x 12.6 x 10cm (approx.)

Material:
Bakelite Housing, Aluminium, Non-stick Coating

Product Type:
Small Cooking Appliances

Temperature Range:
180°C - 220°C

Voltage:
220-240 V

Wattage:
700W
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Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, it’ll save you the bother of buying ingredients, unpacking it then putting it in a cupboard for 2 years.
Proper churros should be deep fried.
I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the frozen section, saves faffing about buying another single use gadget
This isn't how churros is made .
Compared to the real thing the frozen are disgusting too.
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Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, it’ll save you the bother of buying ingredients, unpacking it then putting it in a cupboard for 2 years.
I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the frozen section, saves faffing about buying another single use gadget
Rumpelstiltskin04/11/2019 13:46

Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, …Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, it’ll save you the bother of buying ingredients, unpacking it then putting it in a cupboard for 2 years.


Fair enough if it's not your cup of tea but some people might like it.
Tad669004/11/2019 13:49

I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the …I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the frozen section, saves faffing about buying another single use gadget


What supermarket does them?
This isn't how churros is made .
Compared to the real thing the frozen are disgusting too.
Just make the mixture and cook it in a sandwich toaster.George Foreman Grill or similar if this device just cooks the mixture. A lot of people will already have one of the other items in a cupboard or in their loft. If you can live without the churros shape and style.
MirandaMisery04/11/2019 14:18

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What if it still tastes like a churro because it still won't look like a doughnut or a waffle or a yum yum?! Perhaps it can just be called a tasty mess
Proper churros should be deep fried.
i can feel my diabetes playing up!
Add_to_Basket04/11/2019 14:39

Proper churros should be deep fried.


Yes the proper churros should be deep fried, but it says on the listing that this is a healthier way of making them. Not sure what they will taste like though.
airbus33004/11/2019 15:10

i can feel my diabetes playing up!


You can make a sugar-free version with this machine.
Loubou04/11/2019 15:13

You can make a sugar-free version with this machine.



That's good to know, thanks! Now only the cholesterol to worry about
Yes there is.... Glue
Baking tray in the oven, does a brilliant job of making them
Rumpelstiltskin04/11/2019 13:46

Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, …Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, it’ll save you the bother of buying ingredients, unpacking it then putting it in a cupboard for 2 years.


I love a Churros but have to agree it’s going to be a pain mixing all the ingredients on the odd occasion you want one.

Nice idea though
Add_to_Basket04/11/2019 14:39

Proper churros should be deep fried.



Reminds me I have a frozen bag of the Lidl non filled churros to try along with my new deep fat fryer. Which isn't so new now. I bought it quite a while ago but haven't got around to using it yet.
thetarget04/11/2019 17:17

Reminds me I have a frozen bag of the Lidl non filled churros to try along …Reminds me I have a frozen bag of the Lidl non filled churros to try along with my new deep fat fryer. Which isn't so new now. I bought it quite a while ago but haven't got around to using it yet.


Same here. Bought 3. I'll be honest, I haven't mastered how to fry them properly. 1 bag left now
Gollywood04/11/2019 17:26

Same here. Bought 3. I'll be honest, I haven't mastered how to fry them …Same here. Bought 3. I'll be honest, I haven't mastered how to fry them properly. 1 bag left now



Do they taste okay? I vaguely recall people stating in comments on here the Lidl frozen churros are quite salty, even after frying. I wonder how they will turn out if they were cooked in an oven on a lowish temperature setting? I did once try the chocolate filled frozen churros from Lidl which just had to be oven cooked. They were edible and okay but I wasn't blown away by the taste.
thetarget04/11/2019 17:48

Do they taste okay? I vaguely recall people stating in comments on here …Do they taste okay? I vaguely recall people stating in comments on here the Lidl frozen churros are quite salty, even after frying. I wonder how they will turn out if they were cooked in an oven on a lowish temperature setting? I did once try the chocolate filled frozen churros from Lidl which just had to be oven cooked. They were edible and okay but I wasn't blown away by the taste.


They were okay. No more. Slightly savoury taste, which I masked with Nutella

They go about stringy and absorb too much oil
Gollywood04/11/2019 17:51

They were okay. No more. Slightly savoury taste, which I masked with …They were okay. No more. Slightly savoury taste, which I masked with Nutella They go about stringy and absorb too much oil



Perhaps a slightly higher temperature for the cooking oil is needed? Thermostat could be a little out. I recently bought a jar of Fluff spread which Lidl was selling. Tried a little today and it was alright. It could probably go well with a little on a heated Asda chocolate pancake(50p deal on here). Could work with nutella/choc spread on a churros.
Edited by: "thetarget" 4th Nov
Tad669004/11/2019 13:49

I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the …I'd rather just stock up on the mini filled churros they have in the frozen section, saves faffing about buying another single use gadget


Where do they sell these please?
Who at Aldi thought ‘you know what people really need ....... Churros’
Hmmm love a Churro, just not sure but here it is in action...

Tad669004/11/2019 13:53

Aldi in the frozen section, pack of 12 for £1.50-ish


SWEET! I think I will have to go get some!!
Rumpelstiltskin04/11/2019 13:46

Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, …Just order it and get it delivered direct to your local charity shop, it’ll save you the bother of buying ingredients, unpacking it then putting it in a cupboard for 2 years.


Exactly this.

Minimalism is the way forward
We bought one it's good. Never going to taste as good as deep fried. But the whole point is that they are slightly healthier. We have used it twice so far with good results. Used caster sugar and cinnamon to coat them and drizzled with some melted nutella. From one batch of mix we made 16 churros.

Kids like to use it (13 year olds).

And it's tiny so storage isn't an issue like some gadgets.
sargieboy13/11/2019 10:44

We bought one it's good. Never going to taste as good as deep fried. But …We bought one it's good. Never going to taste as good as deep fried. But the whole point is that they are slightly healthier. We have used it twice so far with good results. Used caster sugar and cinnamon to coat them and drizzled with some melted nutella. From one batch of mix we made 16 churros.Kids like to use it (13 year olds).And it's tiny so storage isn't an issue like some gadgets.


Thank you for the feedback. I'm glad you're liking it. I bought mine online. It's not arrived yet. Aldi delivery delays. Was dispatched yesterday, so hopefully tomorrow.
Loubou13/11/2019 10:57

Thank you for the feedback. I'm glad you're liking it. I bought mine …Thank you for the feedback. I'm glad you're liking it. I bought mine online. It's not arrived yet. Aldi delivery delays. Was dispatched yesterday, so hopefully tomorrow.


Np in the manual theres a couple of recipes. But theres loads on youtube.

Takes a cpl of Goes to get the amount you put in the mould right. But that's all part of the fun
sargieboy13/11/2019 11:09

Np in the manual theres a couple of recipes. But theres loads on …Np in the manual theres a couple of recipes. But theres loads on youtube.Takes a cpl of Goes to get the amount you put in the mould right. But that's all part of the fun


Do they come put crispy like when bought fried or are they spongey like cake please?
Loubou13/11/2019 16:28

Do they come put crispy like when bought fried or are they spongey like …Do they come put crispy like when bought fried or are they spongey like cake please?


Crispy.
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