How to Make Pork Loco Moco With Mushroom Gravy: A Hawaiian-Inspired Dish
Loco moco is considered to be a classic Hawaiian dish. It originated in Hilo, Hawaii, when a group of teenagers asked a restaurant owner for a budget meal with rice. Nowadays, the dish has many different variations, but the original toppings are the burger steak (or burger patty), gravy, and fried egg. In this version of loco moco, I used my homemade pork burger patties with breadcrumbs. There are absolutely no preservatives!
- 6 homemade pork burger patties with breadcrumbs
- 6 eggs
- 1 pack gravy
- 1/2 cup button mushrooms
- 6 cups rice, steamed
For Preparing the Ingredients:
- 2 Medium Bowls
For Cooking the Ingredients:
- Cooking Spoon
- Cook burger patties according to instructions. Set aside.
- Add gravy and slices of button mushrooms in a pan. Bring to boil. Set aside.
- Fry egg, sunny-side-up. Set aside.
- Put a cup of steamed rice in a place. Top it with burger patty, mushroom gravy, and sunny-side-up egg.
- Serve while still hot.
Tips and Techniques
- Get a store-bought gravy or make a homemade gravy.
- Replace mushroom with any kind of gravy.
- Add some flavorings to your rice.
- Serve while still hot to enjoy the right texture of the mushroom gravy.
Another Hawaiian Recipe
- How to Make a Hawaiian Burger in a Blanket
Enjoy the sweet taste of a Hawaiian burger wrapped in a blanket for your morning or afternoon snack! Try this recipe at home, and enjoy the juicy, meaty, and sweet fillings.
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