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Meatloaf #2

Submitted by on May 31, 2010 – 7:26 pm2 Comments
Meatloaf #2
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This recipe comes courtesy of Pamela at Cookware Essentials – an online shop providing cooking equipment and kitchen accessories for people who love to cook. They have a bricks and mortar shop in Masterton but also sell via their site, and via Trademe in New Zealand.

Meat Loaf is a very very popular dish in the USA – not so big here but like everything American it’s making its way across the Pacific.

This is a good basic recipe for a tasty family meat loaf. Serve with a creamy mashed potato and vegetables of your choice. 

Ingredients:

  • 500g premium mince
  • 125g sausage meat
  • 1x onion,diced
  • 1x apple,grated
  • 1 cup fresh breadcrumbs
  • 2 eggs
  • salt & pepper
  • mixed dried herbs -1/2 tsp

A classic meatloaf recipe

A classic meatloaf recipe

Method:
Combine ingredients in large bowl,mixing well. Place in a greased 1.2 litre loaf tin. Cover with foil and bake at 170C for 1 1/2 hours. Take the foil off in the last few minutes of cooking to brown a little.

Note from Meateaters:

We always recommend using the best meat and the freshest produce. Instead of using dried herbs why not try combining your own fresh concoction: parsley, basil, coriander, rosemary, thyme.

Make your own breadcrumbs by lightly baking bread in the oven and then crumbling.

Add some of your own personality. As long as the basic consistency is the same then you can experiment to your hearts content.

If you invent a great meatloaf recipe then let us know here at Meateaters and we’ll publish it for you.

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