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Old 09-03-2011, 07:24 AM   #1
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Meatloaf is such a comfort food to us. We love it but haven't had it in awhile. Now when I make meatloaf I usually make it with mashed potatoes, a brown gravy, peas and a cold, green bean salad. But we have a new member of our family who doesn't like peas and I am looking to change things up on this old classic.

What kind of sides can I add to a meatloaf dinner?
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For me, growing up it was meatloaf, mashed potatoes (usually on top of the meatloaf) and corn.
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I like corn also. Corn souffle is great too. Spinach (creamed. steamed, sauteed...it's all good!) Sauteed collard or mustard greens with some bacon and onions. Fresh asparagus spears (grilled, steamed or sauteed) curry or orange glazed carrots. Braised endive or braised brussels sprouts. Rice pilaf, quinoa or couscous are different starch substitutes as is au gratin potatoes with fried onion strings...The list is endless.

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Same here, Becky. Mashed taters is a must to soak up the gravy. Corn or peas are optional.
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I like corn also. Corn souffle is great too. Spinach (creamed. steamed, sauteed...it's all good!) Sauteed collard or mustard greens with some bacon and onions. Fresh asparagus spears (grilled, steamed or sauteed) curry or orange glazed carrots. Braised endive or braised brussels sprouts. Rice pilaf, quinoa or couscous are different starch substitutes as is au gratin potatoes with fried onion strings...The list is endless.

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Same here, Becky. Mashed taters is a must to soak up the gravy. Corn or peas are optional.
Surprisingly, there wasn't any gravy. Just meatloaf and mashed on top of the meatloaf and cheese on top of the taters. And home froze creamed corn which consisted of half&half and butter, cooked until yummy then frozen for future meals. good stuff
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Potatoes seem to be the old standby, not just mashed, but also scalloped or au gratin. I'd go as far to say hashbrowns.

With milk gravy, like chicken fried steak. Or a tomato based sauce a la swiss steak. or would that be creole meatloaf with tomato gravy. Hmm.

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You guys are awesome!! I am going to make scalloped potatoes and corn casserole and make a cucumber-tomatoe salad on the side with a red wine/olive oil dressing.
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Surprisingly, there wasn't any gravy. Just meatloaf and mashed on top of the meatloaf and cheese on top of the taters. And home froze creamed corn which consisted of half&half and butter, cooked until yummy then frozen for future meals. good stuff
No gravy? NO GRAVY? The body snatchers must 'of put one of them pods down next to you, Becky!

Oh well. The corn sounded really good.
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I like corn also. Corn souffle is great too.
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I use the recipe on the side of the Lipton Secrets Onion soup mix box and never need gravy. It is delicious and the only meatloaf recipe that made hubby ask for it again (and again and again). We eat our meatloaf with (gasp!) Idahoan instant mashed potatoes, any flavor, they need no addition to taste great and frozen corn. The only reason we don't have it more often is that I wait until the meat goes on sale and then make two 2lb. meatloaves. We eat the first one in two days and I slice the second one and freeze with waxed paper between the slices. Now I am totally craving meatloaf.
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I use the recipe on the side of the Lipton Secrets Onion soup mix box and never need gravy. It is delicious and the only meatloaf recipe that made hubby ask for it again (and again and again). We eat our meatloaf with (gasp!) Idahoan instant mashed potatoes, any flavor, they need no addition to taste great and frozen corn. The only reason we don't have it more often is that I wait until the meat goes on sale and then make two 2lb. meatloaves. We eat the first one in two days and I slice the second one and freeze with waxed paper between the slices. Now I am totally craving meatloaf.

I love Lipton Soup meatloaf!! So yummy. I also put it into my burgers when I'm grilling.
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Oh well. The corn sounded really good.
Are you talking gravy for the taters or gravy for meatloaf. Because if they are made right, I "CAN" eat taters without gravy. Gravy is good, no doubt but if the taters are good, gravy can be omitted.
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I was thinking about gravy for the meatloaf and agree that good mashed taters don't really REQUIRE gravy, but:



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I like to take baby carrots and cook them in a bit of water, butter, honey, dried dill, and a light sprinkling of salt and powdered ginger, just until a bit soft.
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So many people mentioned mashed potatoes as a side dish for meatloaf that I got to thinking about colcannon, a traditional Scots dish of mashed potato with sauteed onion and cabbage. I think it would be a great accompaniment to meatloaf, and -- since you bake it -- you could probably pop it into the oven with your loaf and time it so everything is ready at once! I think colcannon got a couple of mentions in a thread here a year ago, but if you don't find it, you can pm me for my own recipe.
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So I had to have meatloaf this week. I had been wanting it, and this thread made me want if for sure.

I served it the first time around with macaroni and cheese and steamed broccoli. The second time I served it with TGIFridays potato skins with cheese and bacon.

And in between I ate the warmed up leftovers on white bread with ketchup.

It is all gone and I miss it very much. I love meatloaf.
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