Koko Araisa is "Cocoa Rice" in Samoa and is one of their typical desserts. This dessert is made of rice, cocoa and sugar cooked with coconut cream.

It is similar to Philippines's Champorado with the exception of coconut milk. Philippine Champorado uses milk instead of coconut milk

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