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Recipe : Delicious Hawaiian Loco Moco

Hawaiian Loco Moco.

Hawaiian Loco Moco

About Burger

A hamburger (or often referred to as a burger) is a type of food in the form of a round bread that is sliced ​​in half and in the middle filled with a patty which is usually taken from meat, then vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoes and onions. As the sauce, burgers are given various types of sauces such as mayonnaise, ketchup and chili sauce and mustard. Some burger variants are also equipped with cheese and pickles.

American Burger

According to the Seymour Historical Society in Wisconsin, they named Charlie Nagreen as the creator of the hamburger. Charlie Nagreen's name is now synonymous with being called "Hamburger Charlie". He was selling sandwiches filled with meatballs when he was 15 years old at the Seymour Fair in 1885. Due to the lack of success, he found out why, because customers couldn't walk around while eating, he flattened the meatballs he was selling and placed them between slices of bread, it turned out that this was a success and was able to attract the attention of consumers, because the Hamburg Steak dish was very popular at that time, Charlie Nagreen also gave the name Hamburger to his invention. Since then he always returned every year to the Seymour Fair to sell hamburgers, until his death in 1951.

According to the American Library of Congress and the Connecticut Government, the first hamburger was sold in 1895 by Louis Lassen at his restaurant, Louise's Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. it and named the menu hamburger.

A Texas historian Frank X. Tolbert states that the invention of the hamburger was made by Fletcher Davis of Athens, Texas. He believes that Davis began selling hamburgers at his stall in Athens in the late 1880s, and introduced hamburgers to the St. Louis Fair in 1904.

Hawaiian Loco Moco

You can have Hawaiian Loco Moco using 23 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Hawaiian Loco Moco

  1. It's 1 LB of Double 8 Cattle Company Fullblood Wagyu Ground Beef.
  2. Prepare 1/4 CUP of Sweet Onion or Yellow Onion (diced).
  3. Prepare of Salt (to taste).
  4. You need of Freshly Ground Black Pepper (to taste).
  5. It's 2 TSP of Canola Oil.
  6. It's of Scallions (chopped, to garnish).
  7. You need of Pineapple (cut into bite-size pieces, to garnish).
  8. You need of Rice.
  9. You need 2 CUP of Long-Grain Rice.
  10. Prepare 3 1/2 CUP of Low Sodium Chicken Broth.
  11. Prepare of Gravy.
  12. It's 1 TBSP of Unsalted Butter.
  13. You need 1/4 CUP of White or Cremini Mushrooms (roughly chopped).
  14. You need 1/4 CUP of Sweet Onion or Yellow Onion (diced).
  15. Prepare 1 1/2 CUP of Beef Stock.
  16. You need 1/2 TSP of Worcestershire Sauce.
  17. It's 1 TBSP of Cornstarch.
  18. Prepare 1 TBSP of Water.
  19. Prepare of Salt (to taste).
  20. You need of Freshly Ground Black Pepper (to taste).
  21. It's of Eggs:.
  22. It's 4 of Large Eggs.
  23. It's 2 TBSP of Canola Oil.

Hawaiian Loco Moco instructions

  1. PREPARING THE RICE Using a strainer, rinse the rice under cold water until the water runs clear.In a medium pot over high heat, bring the chicken broth to boil.Add the rice, cover, and reduce the heat to low. Let the rice cook for 15 minutes.Remove the pot from the heat, and let it stand for 5 minutes.Fluff the rice with a fork, and cover the pot. Keep the rice warm until ready for use.Note: you can also use a rice cooker to prepare the rice..
  2. PREPARING THE FULLBLOOD WAGYU BEEF PATTIES Combine the Fullblood Wagyu ground beef, diced onions, salt, and freshly ground black pepper in a mixing bowl.Using your hands, mix together the ingredients, and then create 4 medium-size beef patties.Make a thumbprint in the middle of the beef patties (this helps prevent the patties from bulging during cooking).Set a large cast iron skillet or frying pan on the stove over medium-high heat..
  3. Add a drizzle of canola oil, and set the four Fullblood Wagyu beef patties in the pan.Cover the pan with a lid (this helps keep the patties juicy). Cook until browned on one side, usually takes about 3 to 4 minutes.Remove the lid, flip the patties to the other side, and replace the lid. Continue cooking the beef patties to desired doneness (about 3 more minutes for a medium-rare finish).Remove the Fullblood Wagyu beef patties from the heat, and keep them warm until ready to serve..
  4. PREPARING THE GRAVY Add the unsalted butter to the same pan or skillet used to cook the burger patties (do not rinse or remove the fat drippings from pan).Over medium heat, sauté the mushrooms and onions for 5 minutes or until golden brown.Add the beef stock and Worcestershire sauce to the pan.Bring all ingredients to a boil, and reduce down for 2 to 3 minutes. This is your gravy.In a separate bowl, mix the cornstarch with 1 tablespoon of water to make a smooth paste..
  5. Slowly add in the gravy, stirring constantly until the gravy has thickened.Add salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Cover, and keep warm until ready to serve..
  6. PREPARING THE EGGS Add some canola oil to another frying pan or skillet.Crack the eggs, add them to the pan, and cook sunny side up for 3 to 4 minutes over medium heat.Remove the eggs from the pan, and keep warm until ready to serve..

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