Here’s an easy way to make a quick and yummy loco moco, the classic Hawaiian soulfood consisting of 4 components: hamburger patty, rice, egg, and brown gravy. Form either 2 big patties or 4 smaller size patties. เสื้อ real madrid 2017 frying pan until very hot. Flip over and cook for a couple more minutes.
You will want the burger slightly charred but still tender on the inside. Pour a little broth into the same pan and incorporate the yumyums, then pour in the rest of the broth. Bring to a boil and let reduce for about 3-5 minutes or so, depending on taste, for a more potent gravy. Turn down heat to a simmer. Add couple dashes of worcestershire sauce.
In a seperate bowl, mix flour with some water. Turn off heat and mix in the butter until well blended. Traditionally, the eggs should be sunny-side up. It also helps to have the eggs thawed to room temperature before cooking them. This entry was posted by James on Friday, September 22nd, 2006 at 11:46 pm and is filed under Cooking, Loco Moco, Recipes. Have you heard of this item now being served at Zippy’s? It’s chili on rice topped with eggs.
I take offense to Zippy’s loosely using the loco term for their dish. How is this related to a loco moco? I think it should be called Chili and rice with eggs. I like Zippy’s and eat there often. And I may even try this item, but this is just wrong.
I was also in Hilo for Thanksgiving and was disappointed that Pizza Hawaii, Hilo lunch Shop, and Kawamoto were all closed through the weekend. The malasadas at Tex were kind of a let down too. A little too airey, not cooked long enough. When I first seen the commercial on TV, I thought the exactly the same thing! It’s great to know that I wasn’t the only one who felt that way. No respect for the loco moco. I like Tex’s malasadas, but I really like Leonards on Oahu better.