In our country every time its rainy season or cold days we automatically make a food to eat, I really don’t know why but my mum does this all the time. (Filipinos love to it) So we have this cuisine called “champorado” this is a Filipino cuisine but we got it from the Mexicans but we change it a little bit by adding rice to it.
I learned how to cook this when I was eight so it’s really easy, if you’re interested on how to cook it keep on reading.
- unsweetened cacao or we call it cocoa
- condensed milk (optional)
- sugar (optional)
First cook the rice like a porridge in some sort, then after the water turns a little bit sticky add the unsweetened cocoa then stir it till the cocoa mix to the porridge. (Remember the porridge should only have rice and water in it do not put salt or anything rather than those two mentioned.)
Then you’re done!!
Put it on a bowl put some sugar and condensed milk if you like then it’s ready to serve!
Eat it while it’s hot!
Special thanks to BurntLumpiaBlog for lending me the image above.
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