Homemade Champorado


I missed the mornings when I would wake up to the smell of Champorado. It is a sweet and chocolatey rice porridge topped with condensed milk. I prefer to have it with tuyo (dried fish) as well. Yes, I like mixing the sweetness of the porridge and the saltiness of the fried fish since for some reason it works for me. It can be served either warm or cold. Who wants to eat something hot in the afternoon in the Philippines? Merienda, a favorite time of the day of mine wherein it is a must to eat.

What’s in it:

  • Sticky rice
  • Cocoa powder
  • Water
  • Milk
  • Sugar
  • Condensed milk


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