In Hawaii, there is this really popular dish called the “loco moco”, typically constructed of a pile of rice (usually white) topped with a hamburger patty (or sometimes steak), then a fried egg and then a load of gravy. It actually doesn’t sound that appetizing, but I thought a cruelty-free version might be tasty.
I used brown rice, a veggie burger patty (really made of veggies—I’m not a fan of the imitation meat burgers, but if you like them, go for it). I used the fried egg recipe from Betty Goes Vegan and topped it off with a nooch-gravy concoction. In the end, I really needed a salad or a real vegetable because this meal was so heavy. It was still good, but if I were to remake it, I think I would try to do a fancier smaller portion with a slider or something. To be continued.
I would love the recipe!
I’m going to rework this one and make it better. Then the recipe will be yours! 😀
It does look good! Maybe you can add some stir fried veggies in the rice (a bit like nasi).
Great idea! I think it needs it. 🙂
Looks pretty good to me, although I definitely understand needing a salad!
Thanks so much–Maybe a smaller portion with a side salad is the way to go next time. Think I’m going to rework it with a homemade taro slider and a different gravy. 🙂
It looks fun! I prefer veg patties instead of faux meat ones too
Thank you! Faux meat will do in a pinch, but veggie burgers made out of veggies are the best. 🙂