Loco Moco


Ground Pork, beef, turkey, etc We used about 1/3 pound for all 4 patties.  We made them small.  The next time we made the patties the size of your fried egg.  It is up to you.  This is very filling.

1/3 Jar of mushrooms
4 Fried Eggs
Mushroom Gravy


Fried Eggs -
Traditionally Loco Moco is made with over easy eggs. We didn't want over easy so we did it our way. Crack eggs in a warm oiled pan and cook on low.  Season first side to your liking.  We use a sea salt blend with peppers, onion and garlic.  When the egg feels like it is solid flip and season side 2.
Cook until done to your liking.

Meat Patties -

Make your choice of meat into patties.  You can use ground turkey, pork, grass fed beef, buffalo, etc. If you have a very lean meat you may want to add some healthy oil to your pan as it warms.
Place your patties into your hot skillet.  Season with Himalayan salt and pepper, garlic and onion powder.  Flip and season again.

Gravy -
Gravy is really simple.  You need 2 Tbsp of fat of some kind, 2 Tbs of flour or corn starch to thicken it and a cup of broth of some kind.  We did this...

Take about 2 Tablespoons of pan drippings from the pan.  If there is a little more it is ok, but if there is a lot of fat then pour off into a mason jar through a coffee filter and you can reserve. With heat on low, add to this about 2 Tablespoons of Organic Flour (or whatever you have).  Whisk until all oil is incorporated. Slightly raise the temp and add 1 cup of bone broth (or whatever broth you have) and stir until thickened add mushrooms (drained).  We used about a third of a jar.


3 cups of bone broth or spring water
Garlic powder, Onion Powder, Himalayan Salt and pepper to taste.
Boil water or broth and add 1 cup of rice
Cook 15 min for white rice or 45 for brown fluff.

To Assemble-

Take a scoop of rice and put on your plate or bowl.
Put on that a meat patty.
Put gravy on your patty.
On top of that put your fried egg - however you like it.

Makes enough for 4 adults with leftover rice.


  1. ugh, can you just come over and make this for me! <3 looks delish. I loooove fried eggs, and mushrooms, and gravy. YUM

  2. This looks so DELICIOUS!!

  3. This sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  4. What a great recipe! Perfect for when you miss a Hawaiian favorite.

  5. nice recipe - my husband and son would probably love this :)

  6. delicious - thanks for sharing this!!

  7. Where's the Bacon? Lol. This looks so good, I'm for sure gunna try it!

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  9. Love the concept, might saute the rice with butter, garlic & mushrooms and add the fried egg on top!! Might use strips of chicken on top of rice instead of patties!!! Or have some chilli on the side!!! Plantains would be great to go with it!!! My kind of loco moco

  10. To speed the cooking of your egg and to avoid flipping, you can put a lid over your pan. That's how I cook my husband's "over medium" eggs. :)


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