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Sunday, August 9, 2020

Mama Tet Cooks: Champorado

I am a sucker for anything chocolates. Blame it on my sweet tooth. So it isn't new that I also love Champorado or chocolate cooked rice as they call it. Some might find it weird because who eats chocolate in rice, right? But this is a common Filipino breakfast here since rice is our staple food. 

Anyway, I have some tablea (I used to be a seller) so I used it on my champorado today. It is also raining outside so it's extra yummy because of the weather. Using tablea will make your champorado stickier and will give a stronger flavor than ordinary tsokolate. 


INGREDIENTS

     6 tablets of tablea
     1/2 k. of sticky rice
     1 cup brown sugar
     4-5 cups of water
     milk (optional)


PROCEDURE

1. Boil water in a pot. Add sticky rice and wait for it to cook. 
2. On a separate bowl, dissolve tablea in hot water. 
3. When the rice is cooked, add the tablea. Keep on stirring so the rice will not stick to the pot. 
4. Add sugar. Brown sugar is better but you can also use the white one.
5.  Serve white hot. You can drizzle some milk if you want. (optional)

That's it! While writing this, I left some tablea for this afternoon because looks like the rain ain't stopping anytime soon. That's also yummy for "bed-weather" weather like today. 

Are you also a champorado lover like me? Leave a comment if yes!
Much Love, Mommy ❤

20 comments :

  1. The only way I made champorado is by mixing some milo or dark swiss miss into some rice that I would cook with a bit more water. ������ So this is how you actually make awesome champorado. Do you partner it with tuyo or dilis? I personally like to partner it with some dilis cause there's no fishbones to handle :)

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  2. ahhhh. champorado on rainy, cold days. that's my favorite mood. i feel like it becomes even yummier eaten during that time. weird?

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  3. It’s so easy to make champorado from scratch. I don’t know why we still buy the packaged ones actually. Better try this out!!

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    1. I agree with you, it's really not difficult to cook at home. Thanks for the recipe to the author!

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  4. Champorado!!! My fave lalo pag maraming milk. Tapos nag-aadd pa ko ng milo powder para mas masarap. HAHAHA sobrang chocolate lover ko no?

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  5. This is so perfect for rainy days! We always put powdered milk or condensed milk on top of it because we like it really sweet.

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  6. I love chocolates too! WOuld you believe I also mix Milo in my rice ? hehe I would try this recipe nga! it looks so chocolatey!

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  7. I don’t think I have made my own champorado yet. It’s one of those food that my mom makes that is so comforting like a warm hug! Kaya ayoko gawin kasi baka di ko magawa ng tama! Haha But the recipe looks easy to do! This reminds me I haven’t eaten champorado yet during this whole lockdown!

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  8. grabe ang fave ko na champorado yung tableya from lipa batangas. pero pwede na din these days ang ricoa hahaha

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  9. Yes I'm a champorado lover! Doon din ata ako pinaglihi hahaha anyway, thanks for this detailed recipe and guide.i honestly don't know how to make it cause I got used to my mom cooking everything haha and now that I'm going to live alone sooner or later (most likely after this pandemic), I bookmarked this already. Kasama na ito sa recipe bookmark list ko hehe

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  10. OMG, you are making me droll over for this champorado. I love it and super reminds me of home. The tableya is the best ingredients.

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  11. Your champorado recipe seems sooooo delicous! I hope my mom gets to cook this one day. I honestly do not know the taste of champorado. Hahaha!

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  12. OMG KAKAKAIN KO LANG KANINA NG CHAMPORADOOO! IT'S MY FAVORITE! Sorry for the capslock pero para intense hahaha kasi gusto ko nanaman kumain ulit. I like champorado more with powder milk.

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  13. I also love champorado especially po pag maraming milk 😍😋 I miss eating this ,😭

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  15. My husband loves champorado. That's why glutinous rice and cocoa are always available in my pantry. My tummy is craving for champorado!!

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  16. this is perfect for today's weather. I've been thinking of making champorado for the kids today. i'll just make a run for tableas

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  17. Ohhhh that Champorado is mouth watering!! I kinda miss eating those hahaha
    Maybe tomorrow I'll order CHamporado!

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  18. perfect for this kind of weather. Sobrang lamig na

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  19. I really miss Champorado! It's a perfect treat for a cold weather! I personally like it with powdered milk on top and dilis or tuyo, super yummy!

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