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Monday, April 25, 2011

Loco Moco!

It’s recipe time again—yay!!

I know, I know—I’ve been delinquent in this area, so I’m giving you one today and another next Monday, okay?

This recipe is a popular breakfast served in many restaurants in Hawaii. Loco Moco was created at a restaurant in Hilo, Hawaii in 1949 when a group of guys asked for a cheap morning meal. The name came from the fact the breakfast was so crazy (loco) . . . and moco turned it into a cool rhyme!

You can serve loco moco for lunch or dinner as well as breakfast, so I made it for dinner. My family loved it and it is very filling. You can serve it with a sausage patty, ham, or bacon if you prefer. My guys thought it would be even better with sausage, so next time that’s what we’ll try!



Serve loco moco in a bowl. Start with rice, then a hamburger patty (or another meat you might prefer--bacon, ham, sausage patty). Cover with gravy (I used a brown gravy mix to make mine) and add a fried egg on top. Green onions as a garnish is a great crown to the amazing meal, but I also added some chopped tomatoes. Yummy! Yummy!




Easy Peasy! Hope you enjoy. And don’t forget to come back on Thursday, and then again on Monday for a second easy recipe.

Mahalo for visiting!

Cheryl

4 comments:

  1. That actually sounds really delicious! Not sure about the rice, but I love sausage gravy with eggs!!!! Mmmmm.

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  2. Ditto, Karla! And it's very easy to make. Filling, too, which is what surprised me.

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  3. The rice is great, Jessica! You have to have rice with it--that's what makes it so "Island!"

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