Mix for traditional Champorado, rice chocolate porridge. Makes ten servings, ready to cook. Add water and boil for 8 to 10 minutes.
Serve your champorado hot or cold, add milk and sugar if you like. Champorado is traditionally sometimes eaten with bulad (dried salted fish) locally known as tuyo. The champorado can also be eaten as a snack or dessert.
Also known as: tsampurado, champurrado and champ-o-rado.
Net weight: 227 grams.
Best Before Date: 2017-05-10.
Dehydrated glutinous rice, corn starch, cocoa powder 8 %, anto caking agent E339, E341, iodized salt.
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