FOOD | Champorado
A typical Pinoy cuisine that was being brought by Mexican traders when they stayed in the Philippines during the galleon trades. Who else doesn't know about this delicious food that we usually eat, especially on a cold season?😊
It is prepared by boiling sticky rice or plain rice with cocoa powder, mix with milk and sugar to make it sweeter. It can be served either hot or cold, but I prefer to eat it when it is warm. Some will have this as their merienda in the afternoon or serve as breakfast with a dried fish. But I most love to have it on a rainy season or when the weather is cold in the middle afternoon.
Course: "Merienda" Tea time/ Snack
Place of origin: Philippines
Serving temperature: Hot or cold
Main ingredients: Glutinous rice, cocoa powder, milk or Coconut milk, sugar
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