Suman Moron (Chocolate Moron)


Suman Moron is a smoother variety of suman. This chocolate moron that is made up of ground glutinous rice also known as “malagkit” being cooked in coconut milk. Moron can either be mixed or plain with cocoa or chocolate.

Ingredients :

  • 1/2 cup malagkit (glutinous) rice
  • 1-1/2 cup ordinary rice
  • 3/4 cup coconut milk
  • 1-1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 cup chocolate or cocoa (any brand)
  • banana leaves, wilted over fire
  • melted butter
  • string
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Cooking Procedures :

  1. Soak over night the malagkit and ordinary rice. Grind the following day.
  2. Soak both ground rice in coconut milk until soft. Add sugar and the chocolate.
  3. Cook over low fire, constantly stirring until thick. Set aside and cool.
  4. Prepare the leaves for wrapping by heating by over low fire. Brush the leaves with butter.
  5. Put 2 tbsp. of the mixture in every wrap. Tie with string. Repeat until all are wrapped.
  6. Cook/steam for half an hour in a double boiler container or a steamer.

My Recipe Rating is 4.6 out of 5 stars: with 21 comment review(s)

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21 Responses to “Suman Moron (Chocolate Moron)”

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  1. Marlou says:

    The moron brings back childhood memories when Lola used to make it. I never really learned how to do it, it just magically appeared on the table at family get-togethers. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  2. augusto b.tamonte says:

    sarap nman iba talaga ang mga lutuing pinoy nakaka miss makita mo lng katakam!!!!!

  3. catherine says:

    thanks a lot po ang dami ko natutunan sa recipes po nyo ang sarap more power and god bless

  4. tess gonzales says:

    I am an avid fan of Filipino ” kakanin”. Suman Moron looks yummy. I’ll try it.

  5. princes vhiea says:

    ang sasarap nmn ng food lalong lalo na yung suman n moron favorite q

  6. Kristofferson says:

    I would love to cook all of the recipes . . . Thanks a lot ! !

  7. rain says:

    thanks po s mga recipe,big big help tlg!!!:D

  8. shey says:

    favorite ko tlga to…sana mkapagluto rin aq nito…

  9. shane says:

    hello good evening i found this site searching for delecious food that i can eat thanks for having this site admin. keep up the good work

  10. Hana says:

    Maraming salamat I found the recipe nitong suman moron sa website nyo. Finally I can try to make this @ home… Dahil I love this dessert….plenty salamat… U make my day….

  11. Wol says:

    When I was pregnant with my first son 22yrs ago I eat this everyday in Carmen market CDO I’m here in US it’s my first time to make this suman we can’t figure out what it is called… Thanks for the recipe I’m so excited.

  12. jennelyn says:

    subukan ko nga gumawa nito, gustong gusto ko kasi to e

  13. denvert says:

    it’s my lola’s favorite suman

  14. alona_olongapo says:

    ilove this…nung buhay pa c papang ko ito ang lagi nmn meryenda….i miss na tuloy cia…

  15. elena macawile says:

    i really love this moron,it’s one of my favorite pinoy delicacies..and my mom’s especialty..:)

  16. Rica Suson says:

    its been very longtime searching this delicious and nutritious native recipe of yours and at last i found the simple and the easiest way in cooking i love very much eating suman moron..thank you very much for sharing us your valuable recipes and hope more recipes posted.God bless!

  17. evelyn saquitan says:

    really its the best!

  18. aimee palacio espiritu says:

    im not from visaya but i do love this suman moron.lately i’ve bee asking my visayan frends about this suman.at that time i dont know what this suman is called,all i can remember is its made of malagkit,chocolates and peanuts all combined and im not sure if its boiled or steamed.that’s why im having a hard time searching for this on the inet.im craving for this one.gonna try it asap.tnx sa recipe!GODSPEED!

  19. askaira says:

    i love cooking, so i want to try this reciepy at home, hope i’ll perfct it and i can make it.

  20. cloud jean reyes and john pole sumaya says:

    aahmm. its very delicious,,,TAMA……

  21. angelngm says:

    a specialty of tacloban… i love it! its my favorite, i often ask my cousins to buy me this as a pasalubong evertime they come visit me in manila… thanx for the recipe! Hope you post more recipes… God Bless!

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