This Meatless Loco Moco is a vegetarian twist on a classic Hawaiian comfort food recipe. A spicy black bean veggie burger is nestled on a bed of rice and topped with a sunny side up egg and doused with savory onion gravy – hungry yet?
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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the chill setting in (along with the chilly rain blanketing the Philly region right now), there’s nothing that I want more is a comforting bite for dinner that is quick, easy and super flavorful. This Meatless Loco Moco comes together zippy quick and your family will never know that it’s essentially veggie cuisine.
One of my favorite meatless options is MorningStar Farms Spicy Black Bean Veggie Burgers. I fell hard for them way back in my Orlando days and not only are they packed with flavor but they are a delicious option for a quick dinner. They are a perfect option for both vegetarians and meat lovers and can be used in a variety of ways. I also keep the MorningStar Farms Grillers Crumbles on hand for biscuits and gravy, pasta sauce and breakfast casseroles.