This is a little different than the usual tomato type meatloaf glaze. I found the recipe in a cookbook I picked up at a garage sale called "Like Grandma Used To Make" and I tweaked it a little bit. I usually double the sauce.
One of my very favorite dinners. This is my gramma's meatloaf, and the only one I'll eat. I do not accept any tomato products, chunks of veggies, hardboiled eggs or wild spices in meatloaf. If you need a meatloaf coated in ketchup this is not the one! Pure comfort food, and what could be better than leftover meatloaf in a sandwich.
This is another easy family favorite which combines a nice meat loaf with a sweet-sour sauce. The recipe makes two loaves so I usually freeze one for later. This makes a great meal when paired with rice and a fresh veggie and/or a salad. Believe me, you'll like this one!
This was posted about 10?15? years ago in a ladies magazine and I kept all of The Frugal Gourmet's Recipes. Jeff Smith aka The Frugal Gourmet recently died. He had his own cooking show on PBS and his recipes were fantastic! Hearty Meatloaf with a creamy gravy that is fantastic over the loaf and of course the mashed potatoes! Freezes WELL and is great the next day! *MY notes: I find using 1/3 beef, 1/3 ground turkey & 1/3 ground pork works really well here too **
You can make 4 1 lb loafs with this recipe to freeze ahead for later use. This is a great way to make 4 easy main dishes for your small family. Adjust to taste...this is just a general idea of possible ingredients.
My family loves this different twist on regular meatloaf. It's also a great way to sneak in a few veggies for picky-eaters or veggie-haters. I serve with mashed potatoes and a cooked veggie or salad on the side.
I LOVE this meatloaf!!! I finally found a turkey meatloaf that has great flavor and isn't dry! Love it in sandwiches too! I know it sounds strange to add stuffing and beef gravy to a turkey meatloaf, but it sure does work well for me. This came from somewhere on the web - can't remember where.