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    Loco Moco (loh-koo moh-koo) is Hawaii's original homemade fast food and can be found at just about any fast food joint, roadside diner, mom and pop restaurant or lunch wagon in the Islands.

    It is truly unique to Hawaii, and it is a comfort food, or "local grind," of the Hawaiian Islands. Local food is not the cuisine that is served in upscale hotels and restaurants of Hawaii. It is a basic structure was established soon after World War II - the best fast food or mixture of cuisines from many Pacific rim countries, with a special Hawaiian twist.
    Loco Moco is a mountainous meal consisting of a heap of white rice topped with a hamburger patty and a Sunnyside-up egg, and then smothered in gravy. This dish is popular for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and is a candidate for the Cholesterol Hall of Fame. As you eat, break the egg - then blend the burger, egg, rice, and gravy on your fork for each bite for a real taste of paradise.

    Hawaiian Loco Moco Recipe
    Recipe Type:
    Hamburger, Ground Beef
    Cuisine: Hawaiian

    Yields: 1 serving

    Prep time: 15 min

    Ingredients:
    Cooked white rice
    1/4 pound ground beef
    1 egg
    Hot prepared gravy
    Hot pepper sauce
    Tomato ketchup
    Soy Sauce


    Preparation:

    Form the ground beef into a patty. In a frying pan over medium-high heat, cook patty until cooked to your liking; remove from heat and set aside.
    Fry egg (sunny-side up or over easy) in the grease from the ground beef.
    Assemble this dish by putting a bed of cooked rice in a large bowl, top with hamburger patty, fried egg, and 1 to 2 ladles of hot gravy. Add hot pepper sauce, ketchup, or soy sauce according to your preference.
    Makes 1 serving for a very hungry person.

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    This sounds very interesting!! Is it good?
    What's For Dinner?

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    Do you have a recipe for the gravy? There are all sorts of gravy.

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    Yes it sounds very good but I agree we need a recipe for the gravy.

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    Lol this is a dish on cafe world
    What's For Dinner?

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    I still have not tried this, but want to! How about anyone else?

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    No, I am afraid to ruin it. Lol

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    Re: Loco Moco




    Quote Originally Posted by Telly03 View Post
    Loco Moco (loh-koo moh-koo) is Hawaii's original homemade fast food and can be found at just about any fast food joint, roadside diner, mom and pop restaurant or lunch wagon in the Islands.

    It is truly unique to Hawaii, and it is a comfort food, or "local grind," of the Hawaiian Islands. Local food is not the cuisine that is served in upscale hotels and restaurants of Hawaii. It is a basic structure was established soon after World War II - the best fast food or mixture of cuisines from many Pacific rim countries, with a special Hawaiian twist.
    Loco Moco is a mountainous meal consisting of a heap of white rice topped with a hamburger patty and a Sunnyside-up egg, and then smothered in gravy. This dish is popular for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and is a candidate for the Cholesterol Hall of Fame. As you eat, break the egg - then blend the burger, egg, rice, and gravy on your fork for each bite for a real taste of paradise.

    Hawaiian Loco Moco Recipe
    Recipe Type:
    Hamburger, Ground Beef
    Cuisine: Hawaiian

    Yields: 1 serving

    Prep time: 15 min

    Ingredients:
    Cooked white rice
    1/4 pound ground beef
    1 egg
    Hot prepared gravy
    Hot pepper sauce
    Tomato ketchup
    Soy Sauce


    Preparation:

    Form the ground beef into a patty. In a frying pan over medium-high heat, cook patty until cooked to your liking; remove from heat and set aside.
    Fry egg (sunny-side up or over easy) in the grease from the ground beef.
    Assemble this dish by putting a bed of cooked rice in a large bowl, top with hamburger patty, fried egg, and 1 to 2 ladles of hot gravy. Add hot pepper sauce, ketchup, or soy sauce according to your preference.
    Makes 1 serving for a very hungry person.
    This sounds nice and really easy and best of all it is all gluten free except for the soy sauce just change that to Tamari sauce I will be having this one night this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftse 100 View Post
    This sounds nice and really easy and best of all it is all gluten free except for the soy sauce just change that to Tamari sauce I will be having this one night this week.
    Good! Let us know how you like it, I am curious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    Good! Let us know how you like it, I am curious!
    I will, when I go grocery shopping I will get the ingredients and let you know and I forgot to make the roasted cauliflower I will get that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    Good! Let us know how you like it, I am curious!
    I made this dish tonight and it was really nice I just made a gluten free gravy and used a spicy red sauce, I have never had gravy with rice before. I will make this again you need to try it.
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    I am very curious about this one... So maybe just a brown gravy for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    I am very curious about this one... So maybe just a brown gravy for it?
    That was all I used just an instant supreme gravy mix.

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