Meat Loaf, Can't go wrong...

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Old 05-02-2019, 04:44 PM
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Instead of a can of tomato sauce, try a can of sloppy joe or manwich sauce for more flavor.
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Old 05-05-2019, 04:08 PM
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We cut back on the bread crumbs and add a cup of grated zuchini, also mix some pork in with the ground beef.
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Originally Posted by monsegur View Post
1 lb. Chopped meat
1 8 oz. Can tomato sauce. Use half for meat loaf. Save other half for later.
1 small onion.
1 egg
1 cup of bread crumps.
Chop onion and mix above together to form loaf. Bake in oven at 350 for half hour.

Make sauce with other half of tomato sauce
2 tea spoons of vinegar.
2 tea spoons of mustard.
2 tea spoons of brown sugar.
Mix together and pour over meatloaf. Bake another half hour.
Meatloaf | Publix Recipes

What kind of meat? We use beef and pork which is often pre-packaged for meat loaf at Publix.

I have really messed up a meat loaf before.
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Skip the source and use Italian flavored bread crumbs.. Just saying ...
Old 05-05-2019, 06:16 PM
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Originally Posted by BK001 View Post
Yes, I think we would have liked it better using Lipton beefy onion. DH is not a big fan of meatloaf so I don't make it frequently. But next time I will definitely try the Lipton's. I might even thicken it ever so slightly with flour or corn starch so that it has more of a gravy consistency. What do you think? Have you ever tried that?
The soup mix just serves as the spice and flavoring, it doesn't do much in the way of consistency at all. You toss it in dry, with sauce (ketchup or bbq sauce), bread crumbs, a couple of eggs, and water. If you like to really spice it up you can add a couple or three drops of tobasco, or a pinch of red pepper flakes.

My secret for getting it to come out moist rather than dry, is I use warm water, and mix it with my hands, which I run under warm water before I start mixing (after washing them of course!).
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