These days the floods have become part of our lives keeping us holed up at home with more time with the kids. Take advantage of these bonding moments by involving the kids in food preparation, using available in the pantry so you don’t court Leptospirosis by going out for ingredients. Try this rainy season all time treat that we enjoyed since childhood.
CHAMPORADO con TUYO
½ cup glutinous rice
½ cup regular rice
2 cups water
4pcs tablea chocolate
tuyo or dried fish
- Mix ½ cup of glutinous rice and regular rice in a bowl.
- Wash rice mixture in water.
- Cook rice in 2 cups of water and tablea chocolate with constant stirring.
- Maintain thick soup-like consistency while cooking. Add water as needed.
- Remove from heat when the rice has expanded and softened.
- Add sugar to taste then set aside to cool off a bit.
- Fry “tuyo” or dried fish in a pan. You may also use daing na bisugo or toasted dilis.
- Serve Champorado in a bowl with a swish of milk and fried tuyo on the side.