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Looking for a good meatloaf recipe.

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Trigariumrex, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. Trigariumrex

    Trigariumrex Millennium Member

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    Hi all,

    I know there's quite an abundant amount of chefs on this site. So if you have a great meatloaf recipe and would be kind enough to share I would appreciate it.

    note: Please no soy, tofu, meat substitue recipes. MEATLOAF means MEAT!
     
  2. Alpha752

    Alpha752

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    Once I saw a Paramedic make a meatloaf in a toaster oven. It was just ground beef, onion, salt and pepper and garlic. It was pretty good too.

    I lost a bet that day.
     

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    #1- 1 lb. ground chuck, 1 cup bread crumbs, 1 egg, 1 can of Ro-Tel,(I prefer mild but you might like it hotter-look for it in the canned tomato or salsa section), mix together and bake at 400 degrees for about 45 minutes or till done.Top with ketchup if desired.
    #2- Same as above but instead of Rotel substitute 1 finely minced onion and 1 can of Cream of Onion soup.

    Good,(preferably home made), mashed potatoes are a great side dish with these.
     
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    My mom's way.

    Hamburger meat, 1-egg slightly beaten, small amount of finely chopped green bell bepper, 1-onion chopped small. small amount of chopped celery, 1-can of tomato sauce, 1/4 cup of cream, about dozen crushed saltine crakers.

    Mix above thoroughly by hand, place in baking dish, top with ketchup. Bake for one hour at 350 degree's.
     
  5. WolfmanGK

    WolfmanGK Super Plump

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    My mum makes the best meatloaf. I coat the top of it with a 1/2" thick layer of catchup, then have a pool of cathcup on the side, oh MAN it's so good. I like ketchup, too. I believe she uses ground beef, and she crumbles up saltine crackers and mixes it in. It's incredible how good it is.
     
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    nam02G First throwing ax bullseye.

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    Good meatloaf is an oxymoron.
     
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    45acp4me Pissed puppet

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    Cheers!
    Glen
     
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    I use the Lipton Beefy Onion Soup Mix as a seasoning, just dump the packet in with the meat, egg, crackers, etc. Adds good flavor.
     
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    1 lb ground meat. (I have actually started to prefer turkey... go figure.)

    1 egg

    1 cup bread crumbs

    1 heaping T of cornmeal

    1 diced onion

    savory, basil, garlic, salt, pepper (any other seasonings) to taste

    1 package cream or neuchatel cheese

    Mix all ingredients and bake. You can also make this into a 'stuffed' loaf or roll by flattening out the meat and putting the cream cheese in the middle. When I do it this way I usually add some chopped pastrami or ham in the middle as well... :)
     
  10. ProfMoriarty

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    Ingredients: Thick NY Strip, Porterhouse, or T bone steak.
    Peppercorns
    Steak sauce of your choosing

    Equipment: Grinder attachment for KitchenAid mixer
    KitchenAid mixer and bowl
    Grill or broiler
    Peppermill

    Instructions: Place KitchenAid mixer, bowl, and grinder on countertop
    under wall cabinets and leave them there out of the way. Fire up grill or bring broiler to temperature. Cook steak. Apply seasoning to taste. Eat meat like God intended rather than grinding it up into noodles, forming it into a brick, and cutting it with a fork.
     
  11. Eddie C.

    Eddie C. Administrator Moderator CLM

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    I make it a crock-pot. I use a 3.5 qt. crock-pot with a meat rack in the bottom. If you don't have a meat rack then cut up a potato and use that.

    2-2.5 pds. ground beef (chuck, etc. I like ground round).
    2 eggs.
    3/4 cup milk
    2/3 cups dry bread crumbs.
    2 tbs. onion (I use minced).
    1 pkg. meat loaf seasoning (or make your own).

    Add all ingredients in bowl and shape into ball.
    Place in crock-pot and position (shape) so it doesn't touch sides.
    Pour catsup or barbique sauce over if desired. I usually don't.
    Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Lift out with two forks when done.

    I use a crock pot because I don't have to watch it so much.
     
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    LaraCroft Tomb Raider

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    I can't believe people actually eat meatloaf. It's no wonder this country is so fat.
     
  14. mhambi

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    well, duh! You don't have to eat the whole loaf! ;)



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