Loco-Moco  
Recipe Number: 1097547818
Contributor: Noelle
Ingredients
3/4 lb Ground beef
5 Eggs
1 envelope Dry onion soup mix, (ie; Lipton, I like to use the onion/mushroom flavor, but you can use any kine you like)
2-3 Tbsp Shoyu (or to taste)
1/2 Tbsp Ground pepper (or to taste)
1 Tbsp Garlic powder (or to taste)
2 slices White bread moistened jus' a little bit in water
1/2 C Chopped onion
3 C Water
2 Beef boullion cubes
2 Tbsp Flour
Cooking Instructions
Plenty hot, cooked white rice (sticky kine -- NO UNCLE BEN'S OR MINUTE RICE!!!), ketchup, shoyu, Worchestershire sauce or whateva you like for condiment.

Mix together ground beef, 1 egg, 1/2 of the envelope of soup mix, 2-3 tablespoons shoyu, pepper, garlic powder, and bread slices. Shape into 4 patties. Cook patties in large skillet until browned and cooked through ( or however you like). Remove patties from skillet and set aside, leaving any drippings in skillet. Add onion to skillet and cook in drippings until onion is soft (about 5 minutes). Combine flour with remaining dry soup mix, add to skillet. Stir in 3 cups water and bring to a boil. Add boullion cubes and simmer about 10 minutes or desired thickness, stirring so the bottom doesn't burn. While gravy is simmering, fry remaining 4 eggs in another skillet "sunny-side up" or "over easy" style, set aside. In 4 bowls put a generous amount of cooked white rice. Place 1 hamburger patty each on top of rice. Place 1 fried egg each on top of hamburger patty. Cover rice, hamburger, egg combination generously with of brown gravy. Top with shoyu, ketchup or whatever you like and ENJOY!!!

I created this version to my own liking, but you can adjust the recipe to your taste. Sometimes I add a few dashes of Worchestershire sauce to the gravy or ground beef. You can also fry the eggs in the hamburger drippings before you make the gravy if you like. If you're really lazy you can use any bottle or can brown gravy.
Additional Comments
I created this version myself. The first time I made Loco-moco for my mainland friends was after a particularly crazy girl's night out. I knew that a big bowl of moco would do the trick to soothe our miserable hangovers. They were completely disgusted until the first bite. It's now become a regular Sunday morning tradition after a wild night out!!