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Old 10-14-2005, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default Meatloaf - Meatloaf - I love meatloaf!!

I don't know why - but ever since we were in Texas for Labor Day weekend and I had meatloaf at a local restaurant - I can't get enough of it. A couple of times a week I have to make it. With mashed potatoes of course. I just had a cold meatloaf sandwich for breakfast too. LOL On whole wheat bread of course.

Does anyone else go through this??????????
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Old 10-14-2005, 12:19 PM   #2
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I don't know why - but ever since we were in Texas for Labor Day weekend and I had meatloaf at a local restaurant - I can't get enough of it. A couple of times a week I have to make it. With mashed potatoes of course. I just had a cold meatloaf sandwich for breakfast too. LOL On whole wheat bread of course.

Does anyone else go through this??????????
I don't eat meatloaf often 'cause I usually wipe it out in a day.
Here is my easy recipe for Italian Meatloaf:

Make your favorite basic meatloaf recipe (double batch works best), flatten the meat out on a deep sided cookie sheet, place pepperoni,mozzarella chs.,sliced canned mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes (a personal favorite) or any of your favorite pizza toppings (although I can't see this working with anchovies) in the middle leaving room around the edges of the meatloaf. Fold all of the meatloaf over the toppings completely and seal so that toppings are completely enclosed.Try to keep it in a hand-formed loaf. Bake until almost done (you who cook often can figure it out!). Pour a small jar of pizza sause over the loaf and continue cooking until done.
When done, this may be the oiliest, fattest meatloaf you may have ever made but, man, it is fabulous!!!
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:25 PM   #3
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OMG - you killin' me with that recipe. Now I have to make it and I still have meatloaf from last night to eat!!!

Anyone else wanna share meatloaf recipes????



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I don't eat meatloaf often 'cause I usually wipe it out in a day.
Here is my easy recipe for Italian Meatloaf:

Make your favorite basic meatloaf recipe (double batch works best), flatten the meat out on a deep sided cookie sheet, place pepperoni,mozzarella chs.,sliced canned mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes (a personal favorite) or any of your favorite pizza toppings (although I can't see this working with anchovies) in the middle leaving room around the edges of the meatloaf. Fold all of the meatloaf over the toppings completely and seal so that toppings are completely enclosed.Try to keep it in a hand-formed loaf. Bake until almost done (you who cook often can figure it out!). Pour a small jar of pizza sause over the loaf and continue cooking until done.
When done, this may be the oiliest, fattest meatloaf you may have ever made but, man, it is fabulous!!!
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Old 10-14-2005, 05:51 PM   #4
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I just made this today, and almost ate the whole thing for dinner with garlic mashed potatoes and corn on the cob

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I made the meat loaf Sandie was talking about. No real recipe, but here's what it contained:

2 pounds ground beef
2 eggs
1 can tomato paste
2 small Vadalia onions, chopped
1 tsp basil
Salt & pepper

I mixed all the above ingredients together, and then used an ice cream scoop to put it into the 12 sections of a muffin pan - a trick we learned from watching Rachael Ray's "30 Minute Meals". So technically, they were meat muffins.

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And we had garlic mashed potatoes to go with it. I filled the pressure cooker with cut-up Yukon Gold potatoes, added about a cup of water and 5 cloves of garlic, and cooked it for about ten minutes after the regulator started rocking. I mashed everything up and added a stick of "I Can't believe It's Not Butter" and enough soy milk to make it creamy.

YUM!!!!
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Old 10-15-2005, 07:08 AM   #6
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Mmmm meatloaf is one of my faves too! and of course you can't forget the mashed potatoes and yellow sweet corn... sigh... I really need to get something to eat before reading these boards
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It is a really small meatloaf, but this is mine. My bf apparently really digs it because it is mostly gone by the end of the night.

1lb of ground beef
3/4 lb of Sausage
1 packet dry onion soup mix
1 egg
2 slices of white bread/crusts removed
1/2 cup of ketchup

mix it up, pat it up, mark it with a B..oops... wrong thing
Mix it, shape into a mound, and place in a iron skillet. Bake for about an hour, I think at 350. When it is done, put a rack under it and let it sit for a few minutes to wick some of the grease away.
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I always like to add tons of tomato paste on the outside, like frosting. Can't beat it when it gets nice and crispy.
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I always like to add tons of tomato paste on the outside, like frosting. Can't beat it when it gets nice and crispy.
I like to coat my meatloaf in this stuff called "Tiger Sauce". It is like a hot sauce but sweet, as well. The sugar in it makes the coating a little crispy as it bakes, and tones down the fire of the hot sauce.

yum!
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...with insane desire for meatload after this thread appeared...but here is my dilemma...I'm...gasp...a vegetarian! Oh dear...does anyone have a really good recipe for vegetarian meatloaf that could be adapted???....I eat low salt, so I will have to adapt that too...but I just LOVE a challenge in the kitchen!
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mmms no recipe, but do you ever eat the frozen Amy's Veggie Loaf. It is really yummy!
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...with insane desire for meatload after this thread appeared...but here is my dilemma...I'm...gasp...a vegetarian! Oh dear...does anyone have a really good recipe for vegetarian meatloaf that could be adapted???....I eat low salt, so I will have to adapt that too...but I just LOVE a challenge in the kitchen!
Here ya go...

I haven't tried it myself but it got 4 1/2 out of 5 stars from the 16 reviews. A lot of the reviews offer changes that may make it more to your liking. Check it out!

I don't eat meat often but this meatloaf thread is making me want some like right NOW! Yum! I love it with mashed potatoes and the next day it makes the best sandwiches with just a smear of spicy brown mustard. mmmmm.

http://vegetarian.allrecipes.com/az/...withVgtbls.asp
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...you have sent me the way to the delight of yummy veggie meatloaf! I will fiddle around with the salt content and seasoning and report on what I find...this reminds me of the time that my friend and I attempted to create the perfect scratch-built cream-puff shell...it took months and months, but we finally achieved a cream-puff shell that floated...NASA was very interested! LOL Thank you!

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I haven't tried it myself but it got 4 1/2 out of 5 stars from the 16 reviews. A lot of the reviews offer changes that may make it more to your liking. Check it out!

I don't eat meat often but this meatloaf thread is making me want some like right NOW! Yum! I love it with mashed potatoes and the next day it makes the best sandwiches with just a smear of spicy brown mustard. mmmmm.

http://vegetarian.allrecipes.com/az/...withVgtbls.asp
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All of this talk about meatloaf is driving me to distraction because I used to love it before I turned vegetarian...like....gulp 36 years ago....oh, I think the scale of it all is just hitting me...I better go off to the "Are there any ancients around" thread on the main board! LOL Thanks for the tip...I'll find one tomorrow!

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I just love a man that experiments in the kitchen! Rare to find those that actually enjoy cooking and to find one who fiddles around with recipes until he gets exactly want he wants? Sublime.
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..on the relationship between painting and cooking...both are traditional yet explorative art forms and both seem to weave betwixt each other in my life...my painting studio is just two steps down from the kitchen and it is not unusual for me to take a quick step up the stairs to have a lovely coffee and pasta snackage! The flavor sensations bring forth new ideas and energy for the art...same with the music...my studio is just down the hall from...the kitchen! Hmmm...there is a pattern...but I have always loved working in the kitchen...it is calming and peaceful, fun and creative...stuff I find perky!
More men should give it a try...I have loved those cooking shows on PBS since...gosh....the mid 1960's....Cooking as art form! Right on!

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2 lbs of ground beef
2 eggs
3 slices of bread
2 cored/sliced apples
1/2 cup of applesauce
2 small chopped onions
pepper/salt

It's really yummy and moist with the apples!
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I actually have one floating around somewhere. I'll try to dig it out for you.
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I love to cook but I like to fiddle with other things too! (wink,wink,nudge,nudge)
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I can honestly say I've never eaten nor seen meatloaf before in my life ... this is my punishment for living across the pond. But if it's anything like what I'm think of it sounds fab. Is it just pure meat? With bits and bobs mixed in in a loaf shape?
When I say that I can't help but think of the hovis ad's ....
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ok I'm not going to post a recipe because I always just throw it together out of whatever Sometimes I put in corn, and one of the best things to put in the meatloaf AND the sauce is apple sauce. Try it. And I always cook mine on a rack so all the grease goes away.
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I'm not a big meat eater but I do make a mean turkey loaf!

2-3 pounds chopped lean turkey
1 egg
1 packet Success Brown Rice
1 packet Knorr's Vegetable Soup and Dip mix (this is the one you make the spinach dip with)
2 large onions - chopped in medium dice
olive oil
1 packet instant chicken broth
2 2oz. cans mushroom pieces - drained
Tabasco Green Jalepeno Sauce
1 8 oz. bag of fresh Spinach
ground pepper, garlic powder to taste (1/2 to 1 tsp.)

Chop onions and saute in olive oil until transparent and soft but not brown
Boil Success rice according to directions
Julienne/chop Spinach in large cuts and place in large mixing bowl
When rice is cooked and cooled slightly, add it to the spinach to wilt the spinach slightly.
Add sauted onions as well - allow this mixture to cool slightly - it should be closer to room temp. than HOT
Add egg, chopped turkey, soup mix, instant broth, mushrooms, spices and 10 -15 healthy shots of the Jalepeno sauce

Mix together well until well blended ( I use a potato masher) Place mixture in teflon loaf pan (I spray with PAM for good measure) and pat into loaf shape. Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 hour.

I serve this with turkey gravy and mashed potatoes and it's YUMMY! (and pretty healthy too!) And the next day, it's awesome on some crusty rolls with mayo and a slice of tomato! Enjoy!

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2 lbs of ground beef
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3 slices of bread
2 cored/sliced apples
1/2 cup of applesauce
2 small chopped onions
pepper/salt

It's really yummy and moist with the apples!
(And a different fall flavor with the apples and onions!)

~Allie
We made this last night, Allie - it's the BEST meatloaf either of us ever had!!!

Thanks for posting the recipe!
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We made this last night, Allie - it's the BEST meatloaf either of us ever had!!!

Thanks for posting the recipe!

Thanks Wayne and Sandie!

I'm glad you tried it! (And enjoyed)
It's really good this time of year...

~Allie
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