Featured photo by Mary Rizale.
The word is from the Spanish champurrado, a traditional hot drink in Latin America.
In the Philippines, tsamporado / tsampurado / champorado / champurado is chocolate-flavored rice porridge.
Champorado is made by cooking malagkit (sticky or glutinous rice) with cocoa powder.
After placing the cooked mixture in a bowl, some milk is poured on top and oftentimes brown sugar is added. It is traditionally served with tuyo (dried fish) for breakfast, but is also a favorite snack.
In this photo taken by Kaycel Corral, the dried fish is daing and not tuyo.