I love this meatloaf, especially the glaze! Only change I would make would be to combine the meats, then add the wet, then the dry to help smooth it out when mixing. I always want a double batch of the glaze and bake in a casserole dish with room on the sides to help glaze the whole thing. Looking forward to making it with the sausage and such in the future. THANKS!
This is a awesome recipe.I did follow Karen's note to add a light sprinkle of mozzarrella cheese to the top which was nice. I did make a few changes and additions. I used chunky vegatable spaghetti sauce instead of the ketchup and added a pinch of basil and oregano. I left space around the meatloaf so when i put on the topping it would glaze the entire meatloaf, If you want a little kick, add a teaspoon of chili powder..that was nice too. ...The recipe is definitely a full flavored keeper.
Full of awesome flavor. Excellent Meatloaf!
This is so good! The meatloaf is flavorful and moist, and the glaze is just wonderful. My husband asked that next time we bake the loaf on a sheet pan so the glaze could be on all sides. Thanks Karen! UPDATE - Instead of using a loaf pan, I shaped the meat into a loaf form on a 9*11 pan. This way the glaze covered all sides. It is delish!
This was a pretty tasty meatloaf. I generally don't like the glazes on meatloaf, but I tried this glaze and thought it very good. The cheese flavor really comes through in the meatloaf. A keeper.
Holy cow this was a good loaf!!! I made this last night, though admittedly shouldn't put a star rating since I made some changes, but here it goes. I used 1 pound of ground turkey and 1 pound of spicy italian turkey sausage (I think it would have been equally good with sweet), I used 1/2 c onion (to use it up), I put it on a sheet pan in a loaf shape and added double the glaze at the end to include the sides as well. I made a size of homemade mac and cheese and green beans and carrots. I will warn you: neither one of use could just have one serving of this meal, thoroughly addictive comfort food. Thanks Karen!!!