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January 25, 2008


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As you can tell, I love your blogs and I love interesting recipes ESPECIALLY CHOCOLATE ONES!! Can you tell me, when you say one part rice is that equal to a cup or half a cup? I want to try making this over the weekend. Is the chocolate rice served as a cold dessert or hot? I can't wait to try this!! Thanks!!!


I just wanted to write and tell you how much I love your blog: the pictures, the colors, the projects, the recipes. I am just in love with it all. Thank you for brightening my day!


if only there wouldn't be storm outside I would ride my bike to the Asian food store right this minute!
i guess this chocolate thingy won't come out right with normal rice...

the feathered nest

Yummy! This looks so tasty and seems so very easy to make! Thanks for the recipe - I'll have to try it. It looks like the ultimate comfort food!



I made it! It came out great! The only thing is I made too much and my husband & I ate the whole thing. We were full for the rest of the night! LOLL

The Clothes Horse

I haven't heard of this, but since I am obsessed with all things sweet and eat rice at least once a day, it's on my list to try!


taste is great!but y flavour get lost when u cooled the rice...

Leslie G

I'm Filipino and my mom used to cook this all the time too!! The best is when you cook some scrambled eggs and you eat the salty eggs with the sweet rice together... soooo good


I'm from a big Irish family and this has been a staple for longer than I can remember! Chocolate Rice was the dish to get at Grandma's! Thanks for refreshing my childhood memories...


Don't know if you still check this blog, but my wife is from the Philippines
and has been talking about the chocolate rice she used to enjoy as a
little girl. She has no idea how to make it. Thanks to you, I will
surprise her with this tonight.

A Canadian-French descendent

My grandma made chocolate rice when my dad was young because he didn't like regular rice. She didn't make it the way you do. My mom had my grandma's recipe and used to make it for me. My grandma has been gone since 1938 so that shows how old her recipe is. And she had not heard of chocolate rice, she just made it so my dad would eat rice. So I guess everyone has great ideas.

Nike Jordan

I'm not concerned about all hell breaking loose, but that a PART of hell will break loose... it'll be much harder to detect.

mary brannon

never heard of such a thing but you can be sure i will try it..
we grew up with just rice sugar and milk and i thought that a treat.. chocolate?? yummm
why didn't i think of that? ty so much

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chocolate and rice? this is first time that I saw this food option, well also in Choco Krispies and some other cereals, but this is the first recipe that I saw in this way.

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