Love Champorado? You Will Love These Easy Versions with Ube, Red Rice, and Oatmeal
Try cooking these non-traditional (but equally delicious) variations of classic champorado.
Champorado is a popular Pinoy breakfast rice porridge flavored with tablea. It is often made with sticky rice to get that distinct thick consistency, but there are plenty of other grains to experiment with. Have you tried using red rice, brown rice, or even oatmeal? What about using white chocolate or dark chocolate instead of tablea? Check out this unique round-up of champorado recipes for the adventurous cook and eater in you.
1 Red Rice Tablea Champorado
Using red rice gives champorado a boost of fiber, while the pure cacao adds a rich, dark chocolate delight.
2 Ube Champorado
Swap out the classic chocolate for sweet, earthy ube. What a treat!¬†
3 Champorado Oatmeal
Looking for a lighter version of champorado? Use oatmeal instead of rice.¬†
4 White Champorado
If you're feeling extra adventurous, use white chocolate to make champorado instead of the usual dark chocolate or tablea. White chocolate makes the dish super rich without the extra milk!¬†
5 Brown Rice Champorado
Brown rice and coconut sugar make this a healthy version of a well-loved Pinoy dish.