Champorado or Tsampurado is a rice porridge traditionally made with glutinous rice, sugar and cocoa powder. For this recipe, we added UBE jam or Ube Halaya instead of cocoa powder to give it a twist and make champorado appealing to ube lovers.
This Ube Champrado is also special because we added homemade Ube Halaya. But if you don't have time, you can always purchase a ready made one in a bottle which is available in any supermarket or Asian stores if you are in another country. Coconut milk is also added here so this champorado is really flavorful. I suggest to adjust the sugar accordingly. Depending on the ube halaya that you will be adding.
Many Filipinos love eating this breakfast porridge with tuyo (fried fish / dried herring).
You can also top your UBe Champorado with evaporated miilk if desired.
ube champorado recipe
video below How to make Ube Champorado
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