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Comments on 80 Breakfasts: SHF #34 & Breakfast #13: Carabao’s Milk Champorado with Cocojam and Pili Nuts





Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



Hi Joey, where did you buy your carabao's milk...

2011-04-20T23:00:49.215+08:00

Hi Joey, where did you buy your carabao's milk in Metro Manila? I guess I wasn't looking hard enough. I'll be going back to Cebu next Monday and hope that milk will just show up. Anyway, have a great trip.



Does one really need to worry about being on a &qu...

2011-04-01T13:33:02.448+08:00

Does one really need to worry about being on a "diet" if they are eating carabao's milk and rice pudding? Great recipe! Keep up the good work.



A healthy yet luxurious breakfast! Delicious...

2009-04-08T12:51:00.000+08:00

A healthy yet luxurious breakfast! Delicious...



Now that's just perfect. I love champorado ever si...

2008-02-10T17:32:00.000+08:00

Now that's just perfect. I love champorado ever since I was a kid. I remember almost crying for some champorado during merienda time.

And coco jam. I love all things coconut. I believe coco jam is one of the reasons why I have lost quite a few teeth already.

Pili nuts! I can eat this one non-stop during a movie. Really. What a wonderful recipe idea.

Thanks,
Frederick
Coconut Oil Central



now this is something new. interesting! ;)

2008-02-08T22:01:00.000+08:00

now this is something new. interesting! ;)



I have yet to try it with tuyo...but I will! :) M...

2007-09-25T20:36:00.000+08:00

I have yet to try it with tuyo...but I will! :) My favorite part of the tuyo is the head...amazing flavor huh? :)



I remember having this every Saturday (in So Cal)....

2007-09-25T05:44:00.000+08:00

I remember having this every Saturday (in So Cal). My siblings and I would fight over who would get the last tuyo head. The dried fish by itself was something, but if you ate it with the creamy chocolatey rice, it took on a whole new flavor.

I need to make some this weekend. :)



Thanks so much Cenk! :)

2007-09-13T19:55:00.000+08:00

Thanks so much Cenk! :)



I fell in love with that photo instantly. That is ...

2007-09-12T18:12:00.000+08:00

I fell in love with that photo instantly. That is great food styling. You are very talented!



Hi Helene! I use carabao's milk here because it h...

2007-09-09T23:30:00.000+08:00

Hi Helene! I use carabao's milk here because it has a higher fat content and makes this much more creamy...I'm not so sure about goat's milk, but if it is creamier then cow's milk then it should do fine :) Cow's milk would be ok as well...traditional champorado is made with water so you can see how much I have deviated when it comes to the creamy factor!



This looks fantastic! I am not sure to find carab...

2007-09-08T09:30:00.000+08:00

This looks fantastic! I am not sure to find carabao's milk here, would goat's milk be an ok substitute?



Hi Sherra! Tha carabao's milk makes it super crea...

2007-09-03T09:53:00.000+08:00

Hi Sherra! Tha carabao's milk makes it super creamy :) Hope he likes it!



Such a wonderful recipe for something that's usual...

2007-09-02T00:34:00.000+08:00

Such a wonderful recipe for something that's usually done plain and simply. My son loves champorado for his bfast, with this new twist of yours, I'm sure he'll love it even more!



Anytime Bearbrick Lover! :) Just let me know :)Hi...

2007-08-31T12:19:00.000+08:00

Anytime Bearbrick Lover! :) Just let me know :)

Hi Sha! I can just imagine how amazing that would be! (Another fateful sign for me to get an ice cream maker...)

Hi Jaden! Hahaha! I am sure breakfast at your place is a delicious riot :) Especially with your two cuties! :)



I'm warning you. DO NOT show this to my husband or...

2007-08-31T06:51:00.000+08:00

I'm warning you. DO NOT show this to my husband or kids. They will think that it is what I will make them for bfast every morning...



you should try making ice cream w carabao milk i

2007-08-31T03:24:00.000+08:00

you should try making ice cream w carabao milk
i



Naku, Kat and I should invite ourselves to your pl...

2007-08-30T23:15:00.000+08:00

Naku, Kat and I should invite ourselves to your place for champorado on of these days! :-D



Hi Cooking Ninja! Sounds like a nice MIL :) Go f...

2007-08-30T21:29:00.000+08:00

Hi Cooking Ninja! Sounds like a nice MIL :) Go for it...it's like making risotto...kinda :)

Hi Oggi! I can eat it anytime also, hehe :) Hey, how do you make those mozarella balls? :)

Thank you so much Belinda for the sweet encouragment! :) My breakfasts posts petered off soon after I started this blog but now I really hope I can incorporate regular breakfast postings here :)

Hi Tutubi! Nope...do you? Please share :)

Hi Patricia! This is more common here than vanilla rice pudding or just plain milk rice pudding :) We also have a sticky rice snack flavored with coconut and unrefined sugar...mmmm!

Hi Johanna! I read your post on champurrado and I was actually thinking how nice it was that all around the world we have these "crossover" dishes that are done in different ways in different parts of the world :) I guess we all have more in common that we think :) Thanks for being a fab host! :)



champurrado i know from mexico... a rice drink wit...

2007-08-30T20:19:00.000+08:00

champurrado i know from mexico... a rice drink with chocolate flavour, equally weird to the uninitiated. dried fish, though? not sure that'll be on my menu any time soon. rice pudding any day though! thanks for participating...



Joey, I absolutely love rice pudding and you go an...

2007-08-30T19:45:00.000+08:00

Joey, I absolutely love rice pudding and you go and add chocolate?? I have got to try this!



sarap naman nyan...btw, do you know who invented t...

2007-08-30T17:55:00.000+08:00

sarap naman nyan...
btw, do you know who invented the champorado? :P



Aha! Chocolate rice pudding for breakfast! Joey,...

2007-08-30T12:39:00.000+08:00

Aha! Chocolate rice pudding for breakfast! Joey, you are coming up with the best breakfast suggestions lately, and are really doing your blog's name justice! :-) And your photography is always so stunningly done...I love visiting, and enjoy your writing just as much as the beautiful photos. :-)



I eat champorado anytime of the day. If I have acc...

2007-08-30T04:36:00.000+08:00

I eat champorado anytime of the day. If I have access to carabao's milk I might eat it all day! Or maybe make some fresh mozzarella cheese balls.;D



That certainly looks delicious. We have rice puddi...

2007-08-29T16:42:00.000+08:00

That certainly looks delicious. We have rice pudding in France - Usually my MIL makes it. I'll have to make it one day (I must summon my courage :p) and post it on my blog.



Hi Honeybee! Thanks...you put it so well, I'd lik...

2007-08-29T10:48:00.000+08:00

Hi Honeybee! Thanks...you put it so well, I'd like to think Filipino cuisine is both exotic and familiar :) If you do give it a try let me know! :)

Hi Katrina! I like my champorado (and oatmeal) thick too :) In fact (and this may sounds really horrid) I used to put powdered milk (Birch Tree) on my champorado when I was a kid because I felt liquid milk would just dilute it. The most liquid thing I would add would be condensada :) A little bit more and I would be able to knead it!

Hi Katiez! It does sound like dessert for breakfast doesn’t it? :) Using cashews and Spanish dark drinking chocolate sounds great! In fact, I have both in my kitchen cabinet…thanks for the idea! :)

Hi Meganhahaha! Thanks for your kind words :) I can eat my champorado (and even oatmeal) cold too! I just swiped a spoonful from the fridge last night, hehehe :)

Hi Peabody! It is…especially when it’s raining and you’ve had a tough day :)

Hi Anh! You can make this the night or day before and just store it in the fridge…then heat it up the next morning with a little milk :)

Thanks Tanna! The dried fish isn’t for everyone…although I have yet to try the pairing :) Candied pili nuts are delicious though…I have a very hard time stopping once I start eating these!

Hi MM! Thank you so much! I don’t get to eat/prepare native things 100% of the time, but I do try to incorporate them whenever I can…after all, they are: 1. Delicious, 2. Readily available, 3. Value for money! :) I love a lot of our native culinary treats, dishes, and ingredients, and I feel there is still so much for me to discover…that’s one delectable journey :)

Hi Andy! It does seem like a wonderful indulgence doesn’t it? It is actually quite a breakfast standard here (without all the toppings I used)…but I definitely agree that it is an indulgence to have chocolate for breakfast, and we shouldn’t take it for granted :)