You can be creative with your champorado presentation. You can form a heart as you drizzle your condensed milk, cut your cheese into heart shapes or the rustic way, tear the cheese.
This is a very simple, easy recipe yet so amazingly delicious!
Ingredients: Serves 4
1 C glutinous rice
3 C water
3 disc/tablet of chocolate (Tablea/Tabliya) or 1/2 C of cocoa powder
1/2 C brown sugar
Slices of cheddar cheese and cheese you like.
Cook rice in a medium-sized pot with 3 C water. Stir constantly. When rice is ready (rice should be transparent and fluffy), add more water if needed. Then add cocoa and sugar. Serve in bowls with drizzle of sweet condensed milk and cheese on top.
*You can use regular rice if you can't find glutinous rice.
*Add more water if you want a thinner porridge consistency.
*I want my champorado on the darker color so i add more cocoa powder if needed.
*You can use white sugar if you don't have the brown sugar. But i prefer the brown sugar because it gives a molasses flavor w/c i like.
* Southern Luzon serves this w/ dried fish too. It's good but since this is a valentines breakfast w/c is meant to be an aphrodisiac, i believe serving it w/ dried fish is just not right=;)
100% Cocoa (Filipino Chocolate disc called Tablea/Tabliya).
The main ingredients: Chocolate disc, Brown Sugar, Glutinous Rice
The Valentine presentation=;)
The rustic presentation