Saturday, February 26, 2011

Tapol malagkit rice Champorado

This might seem like weird food to most of you, but champorado is a popular Filipino breakfast (at least its one of my faves). This is basically glutinous rice, made into a porridge. Chocolate powder or tablets is a must to flavor this porridge. But this time I made the dish healthier by using wild glutinous rice called Tapol. I'm so glad this is available in my favorite supermarket.

Champorado is usually served with sugar and milk and eaten with fried dried fish like dilis or tuyo.

Looks weird, huh?


  1. It does look different. I have eaten white rice with (soy)milk & sugar for breakfast, though; before. :)

  2. I've been using white rice before, and its quite the same as the rice porridge you describe, except for the chocolate ;)


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