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Making loco moco for a crowd.

Next month's potluck club's theme is Hawaiian food. I found this recipe for Loco Moco: https://www.foodnetwork.... I can work out the math fine to make for a crowd but I am wondering about make ahead prospects as I only have an hour from when I get off work to when the club meets and 30 minutes of that is travel time. If I make it and layer in a casserole dish (without the eggs). At what temp and for how long should I reheat until it is nice and warm and can be topped with the eggs?

Thanks

asked by Rachelwrites 3 months ago

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added 3 months ago

Wow, I admire your energy! Do not have an answer to your question and have a suggestion. Check out the recipes at Saveur. There are several make ahead Hawaii dishes that may not be so time consuming. https://www.saveur.com...

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added 3 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions.

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