Man Goes Viral After Pouring Powdered Milk on ‘Dinuguan’: “Kala ko champorado”

Man Mistook Bowl of ‘Dinuguan’ for Champorado

A funny man goes viral and earns reactions online after pouring powdered milk on ‘dinuguan‘: “Kala ko champorado”.

Pork blood stew or locally known as “Dinuguan” is a delicious stew that frequently includes meat and other pork offal such as intestines, ears, snout, and kidneys simmered in a thick, hot dark sauce composed of pig blood, vinegar and chili peppers.

Meanwhile, champorado, often referred to as tsampurado, is a sweet chocolate rice porridge that is well-liked in the Philippines. Traditionally, a bowl of tablea is made by boiling sticky rice and traditional tablets of pure ground roasted cocoa beans together.


It is typically served for breakfast or merienda and can be served hot or cold. It goes great with milk and sugar. Although it can be eaten on its own, some people prefer to pair it with salted dried fish.

However, dinuguan and champorado have similar appearances, which may cause confusion to some of our countrymen.


Recently, a Facebook user named Ordnanem Ipar Odasrem has shared a photo of a bowl of “dinuguan” he mistook as ‘champorado’. The post garnered various reactions from the online community.

In the photo, Odasrem mistook a bowl of “dinuguan” for “champorado” and poured powdered milk on it thinking it was a chocolate rice porridge. However, he was quite disappointed after realizing that it was a pork blood stew.


Here is the full post:

“Kala ko champorado ung dinuguan .

Nagugutom pa naman ako…

Utas ang almusal,utas ang tanghalian”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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