Champorado refers to the Philippines famous rice porridge with cocoa or it simply refers to chocolate porridge. It is made from boiled glutinous rice mixed with cocoa, milk and sugar. It can be served as breakfast food paired with the salty Tuyo (dried fish) and also as snacks.

It is a "must have" breakfast item during cold and rainy season much like all other savory rice porridge, such as Arroz Caldo and Goto.

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