Recipe for meatloaf


#21

[quote="mellowcalico, post:19, topic:222862"]

Good luck with the meatloaf LongJohnSilver! The nice thing about meatloaf is you don't have to be perfect with it.

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Exactly. It's a great dish because you can get very creative with it. Some people add strips of bacon on top...some breadcrumbs. Some might spice it up with a chilli sauce, others like it more mild. You can use various seasonings to your taste...rosemary, thyme, - or oregano, paprika, basil...heck...whatever you like. Once you figure out the combo you enjoy, it'll be a staple dish for years to come! Kinda like meatballs! Everyone has their own way of making meatballs. It's all good. :)


#22

[quote="mellowcalico, post:19, topic:222862"]
What is this "second day" of meatloaf you talk about? All mine gets eaten :p

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There are just two of us, so there are usually leftovers. I like mine just slightly warmed in the microwave, sliced and placed on multi-grain toast spread with butter. If I've made the Indian meatloaf, I like that sandwich for breakfast.


#23

Do you have onion soup MIX in Europe????


#24

[quote="mellowcalico, post:19, topic:222862"]
What is this "second day" of meatloaf you talk about? All mine gets eaten :p

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Even though I make homemade mashed potatoes to go with it, the first day of meatloaf is really just for show. It's the sandwiches I'm truly after!


#25

Before my kids all flew the coop, I used to make 2 meat loaves at a time, so there would always be "left-overs" for good sammies.


#26

[quote="petitfleur, post:23, topic:222862"]
Do you have onion soup MIX in Europe????

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If you mean the powder to make soup from, we do. :)


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