A very Unique flavored meat loaf it is one of my favorites i came across this in a magazine but with some changes i made it my own and it dont heat the kitchen up a big plus and has a nice grilled taste enjoy
A twist on the old standard meatloaf. This is from someone who used to run an old BBS that had a cooking "echo". I use 1/2 ground beef, and 1/2 ground turkey. Use a commercial canned marinara or make your own.
Easy and tasty served either hot or cold, wonderful sliced cold for a picnic or sandwiches. We have enjoyed this basic meatloaf for many years.Try a change, instead of the usual topping, try your favourite salsa brushed on top, a nice Chipotle medium or hot salsa is wonderful on it.
Absolutely delicious meatloaf and sauce! Those who claim they don't believe there can be such a thing as a great meatloaf will love this. Based on a meatloaf given to me by a dear friend, Virginia Strehl, Memphis, and Leesburg, Fla. Nita Holleman, 2000
This is a wonderful chile recipe. Different from any I have had before - no tomatoes or onions go into this recipe. I got this recipe while living in NJ from a Southern Living Magazine. I've lived in Texas for over 25 years now and this recipe really is the best. The chile powder and cumin can be adjusted up for additional heat.
I think you will really enjoy this meatloaf, I know my family does! ---if you have any left overs just warm slightly and serve in crusty buns with BBQ sauce --- this is great served with mashed taters or fries, the topping recipe may be doubled if desired ----- *note* if you want to take this meatloaf to another level and make this company-worthy prepare the meatloaf with the stuffing mixture in the middle, this is only optional the meatloaf is still delicious by itself --- prep time does not include preparing the stuffing mixture.
I know there are already several stuffed pepper recipes here, but nothing was really tempting my taste buds (not even the ones that I’ve already posted) so, I decided to create another one. Feel free to use any color pepper you want, this is just my personal choice. Also, feel free to add more or less of the spices according to your taste buds. Be careful if you leave the spices the way they are--this is a hot one. Posted on March 26th, 2006
This recipe is from Food Network's Rachael Ray. I like it b/c it uses tomato sauce instead of ketchup, and you can spice it up as you like. I add more onions as well as some garlic. * I like to use a little less brown sugar, as we like ours spicier rather than sweet.
This Meatloaf recipe was something I sort of adapted from combining a lot of different Meatloaf recipes. I've been told it "rivals the best meatloaf I've ever made" by my godmother, who is hands down the best chef I've ever met. I was glowing for a week! And it's EASY!
My husband and father-in-law love this! It's a bit time-consuming, but worth the spectacular results. Truly a handsome dish! From one of those Pillsbury mini-magazine things you buy at the supermarket. Please note that you can use leftover mashed potatoes as well, or make homemade if you really hate instant!