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    Does anyone have a good Meatloaf recipe? I havent made Meatloaf in awhile and I want to try something different. I use to make it with shredded zucchini(sp) and bread crumbs. Any and all recipes are welcome.

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    This is Paula Deen's recipe off of the Food Network, I made it last week and it was really easy and yummy too.

    1 pound ground beef
    1 1/4 teaspoons salt
    1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    1/2 cup chopped onion
    1/2 cup chopped bell pepper
    1 egg, lightly beaten
    8 ounces canned diced tomatoes with juice
    1/2 cup quick-cooking oats

    Topping:
    1/3 cup ketchup
    2 tablespoons brown sugar
    1 tablespoon prepared mustard
    Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
    Mix all meatloaf ingredients well and place in a baking dish. Shape into a loaf. Topping:
    Mix ingredients for topping and spread on loaf. Bake for 1 hour.
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    This is my recipe. It includes what other people put in, but I make it in layers, so when you slice it, it looks fancy.

    I mix ground sirloin and ground pork with an egg or two, season it with salt and pepper or whatever you want, and enough bread crumbs to stick it all together. I take the loaf pan, and press one third of the meat mix onto the bottom. Then I make a layer of sauteed red pepper and onions. Then another layer of the meat mix (you have to kind of piece it together so it covers the veggie layer. Then a layer of canned mushrooms (drained) and some chopped up cheddar cheese. The rest of the meat mixture goes on top, I spread tomato paste over the top of the whole thing, and bake it at 350 until bubbles come up (I use a glass pan) The meat comes out nice and moist because of the veggies, and it is even better the next day. Sorry for the lack of measurement, but that is how I cook.
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    Oh no problem with the measurements, I do the same thing. Sounds yummy Glasgow53.
    I have made the Paula Deen one for my mom when she broke her ankle last October and she loved it. Thanks Wonderina, Ill print it out since I didnt last time.

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    The Chipotle meatballs' recipe would probably make a good meatloaf, too. It's further down on this page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glasgow53 View Post
    This is my recipe. It includes what other people put in, but I make it in layers, so when you slice it, it looks fancy.

    I mix ground sirloin and ground pork with an egg or two, season it with salt and pepper or whatever you want, and enough bread crumbs to stick it all together. I take the loaf pan, and press one third of the meat mix onto the bottom. Then I make a layer of sauteed red pepper and onions. Then another layer of the meat mix (you have to kind of piece it together so it covers the veggie layer. Then a layer of canned mushrooms (drained) and some chopped up cheddar cheese. The rest of the meat mixture goes on top, I spread tomato paste over the top of the whole thing, and bake it at 350 until bubbles come up (I use a glass pan) The meat comes out nice and moist because of the veggies, and it is even better the next day. Sorry for the lack of measurement, but that is how I cook.

    I made this and YUM ... i modified it a little bit, used mozz/provolone mix cheese and put a layer of fresh spinach in on top of the mushrooms. delish and my kids do not like meatloaf.

    thanks glasgow - I now have you in my recipe book, it's glasgow meatloaf! sounds so exotic.

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    Here is mine:
    Go to Boston Market. Purchase theirs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    Here is mine:
    Go to Boston Market. Purchase theirs.
    That made me laugh. It shows how much our tastes vary. There is only one thing I like at Boston Market and that's their Tortillo Soup. Their meatloaf IMO is a solid lump of meat, with no spices other than a strong taste of garlic, and tomato sauce on top. (I actually buy it for my dogs as an occasional treat when I stop in to get the soup...)

    Glasgow's recipe is the closest to mine but try this for a little change: Put Cream of Mushroom Soup on top rather than the tomato mixture....Delish~
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    Here is mine:

    2 lbs lean ground beef
    1 packet instant oatmeal
    2 eggs, beaten
    3/4 cup water
    1/3 cup ketchup
    1 packet onion soup mix (dry)
    Chopped vegetables of your choice (I add bell peppers and carrots)
    Brown sugar (to taste)


    -Mix water, ketchup, eggs, vegetables, and soup mix.
    -Add beef and oatmeal.
    -Put in loaf pan.
    -Bake for an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes @ 350 degrees F.
    -Melt some brown sugar into ketchup (I don't have exact measurements) and spread evenly over meatloaf after taking it out of oven.
    -Serve.
    Last edited by southernbelle; May 15th, 2008 at 06:41 PM.

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    mmmmmm meatloaf! My mom makes the bestest meatloaf(cause it is mom making it, ya know it is made with the special ingredient of love )
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    This one is good:

    equal parts:

    minced beef
    minced pork
    minced veal

    finely chop an onion and a couple of garlic cloves. Chuck in a bowl with:

    bread crumbs or crackers
    milk
    ketchup or tomato paste
    S/P
    worcester sauce
    soy sauce


    let sit for 10 or 15 minutes.

    Shred a carrot or two. Add zuke if you want.

    Mix everything together, chuck in bread tin and bake. It is yummy and kids will eat it.
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