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Loco Moco

Hoca

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NOTE: An updated version of this recipe appears in my cookbook, The Ancestral Table.

Loco moco is a Hawaiian dish and popular breakfast meal on the islands. It’s the ultimate breakfast meal prior to a big workday, consisting of rice, a hamburger patty, fried eggs, and brown gravy. Its unique mix of ingredients create a distinct taste that I’ve been missing lately, so I decided to whip one up the other day.

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* this recipe makes enough for two loco mocos

You’ll Need:
2 scoops white rice or cauliflower rice
2 precooked hamburger patties
4 eggs
2 cups beef broth or stock
1 tsp black pepper
2 tbsp potato starch


Your first step is to make the brown gravy. Bring the broth/stock to a light boil, adding the black pepper, and let it simmer while you create your thickener. In a small bowl, add the potato starch and a little water, enough to make a milky-looking liquid. Slowly pour it into the broth, stirring as it thickens.

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Once the gravy looks good, it’s time to put it all together. Fry up your eggs, leaving the yolks a little gooey. Put one scoop of rice on a plate or in a bowl, add the hamburger, then the eggs, and cover it with a scoop or two of gravy. Repeat the process for the next loco moco, and you’re good to go!

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