Champorado at tuyo

Champorado 3

I thought this would be perfect for the very rainy Wednesday I woke up to. I already had my morning coffee and a piece of toast with butter, when I remembered that our kasambahay cooked champorado yesterday morning, which I had not gotten around to eating.

Champorado 4

This is what I call ‘instant champorado at tuyo’ since it was not prepared from scratch! The champorado mix, I found in S & R and in another supermarket I go to, and the tuyo is from the Tapa King restaurant near us. There are several other brands of bottled tuyo in supermarkets and shops but I like the one from Tapa King, which they also sell in bottles, aside from what they usually serve in their menu. Besides, with the tuyo in the bottle, you don’t have to remove the tuyo’s kaliskis! 🙂

Champorado 1

For those who are craving for champorado like me, especially in this rainy weather, the box has an instruction on how to go about it.

Champorado 2

Yes, it is not made from scratch, but it tastes good (especially with the spicy tuyo), filling the tummy, and made me feel happy on this rainy Wednesday morning. Have a great day everyone! 🙂

 

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  1. #1 by MsBunBun on July 9, 2015 - 3:09 AM

    Ms A thank you for always giving us fresh ideas. Maluto nga yan, dito at my side ay little cooler kahit summer na, we’re almost 20°F lower than normal temp. My kids love champorado. Sabi nga nila Pinoy got weird combo taste, we love eating pritong talong at daggit, sabi nga namin to die for! LOL….

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    • #2 by Antigone on July 9, 2015 - 7:32 PM

      I love danggit also and pritong talong with bagoong. Sa may supermarket sa area namin, there is danggit pa na binabad sa suka, pepper and garlic, instead of the dried ones na. Yummy! 🙂

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      • #3 by MsBunBun on July 10, 2015 - 2:00 AM

        Ms A thank you. Pag uwi ko hahanapin ko yang danggit na binabad na.

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  2. #4 by timmi on July 8, 2015 - 10:18 PM

    For those na hindi pa na try- it’s a MUST! Perfect combination yong sweetness ng champorado and the saltiness of tuyo. Yeah, it sounds weird; but, trust me, it tastes heavenly. It has been one of my all time favorite breakfast meal especially on a week-end when I have time to stay longer on the dining table.

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    • #5 by Antigone on July 9, 2015 - 7:28 PM

      I agree timmi, the best ang combination ng alat and tamis, and in the case of the spicy tuyo, pati anghang ng kaunti! 🙂 Since I discovered that champorado mix, medyo mas napadalas iyan sa dining table namin! 🙂

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  3. #6 by tishietish on July 8, 2015 - 9:18 PM

    Sarap. Perfect for the rainy days. 🙂

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    • #7 by Antigone on July 9, 2015 - 7:26 PM

      True, also parang masarap din ang ginataang munggo or ginataang mais for snacks, o kaya ginataang bilo-bilo or halo-halo in some places! 🙂

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  4. #8 by anne on July 8, 2015 - 9:10 PM

    sa totoo lang d ko pa na try yang champorado with toyo kahit na naging super trending sya ng dahil sa bcwmh pero dahil nga sa panahon ng tag ulan ngayon, baka magkaroon ng time at masubukan nga yan hehehe

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  5. #10 by palomarescora on July 8, 2015 - 1:04 PM

    good to eat yang champorado and tuyo kapag ganitong maulan.kapag walang tuyo, cheese ang partner ng champorado ko.naglalaban ang tamis at alat.

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    • #11 by Antigone on July 8, 2015 - 1:18 PM

      Cheese! Hindi ko pa na-try na cheese ang kasama, try ko nga. May natira pa! 🙂

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  6. #12 by Marian Navarro Yip on July 8, 2015 - 11:49 AM

    Thank you A sa share. Nagpapagutom ka naman eh. I miss those kind of foor here sa HK. Meron akong mabibili, as you say those instant ones, kaya lang pag pinipare ko na ako lang ang kakain. Yung anak ko at mister ayaw – mga tsekwa (chinese) kasi eh. My daughter half tsekwa, half Pinay, ha ha ha but ang taste nya is tsekwang tsekwa. She only likes our chitcharon, tortang karne and cakes na gawa ng Goldilocks – she loves them. Here in HK, medyo ok pa naman ang weather. It is hot pero miracle, we have winds, quite strong pa. That is because of the typhoon dyan sa Pinas. Anyway, just stay indoors, stay safe and take care always. Cheers and enjoy your champorado!

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    • #13 by Antigone on July 8, 2015 - 1:18 PM

      Hi Marian! The cool weather brought by the rains is actually a relief from the oppressive heat we had until recently. Iyon nga lang, masyadong maulan. I went out earlier as it got a bit sunny, pero ngayon balik na naman sa madilim and maulan.

      Minsan, I would bring ingredients from here when I go abroad, pero iba ang lasa kapag niluto na sa pinuntahan ko! 🙂

      Masarap pa naman kumain kapag maraming kasalo and may kaagaw, as the case with chips and dips! Kapag mag-isa na parang hindi na ganoon kasarap.

      Have a nice day, Marian! Thanks!

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