This was so yummy! I used fewer green onions since mine were huge, and next time I'll add the salt to the meat mixture instead of the filling because the cheese was salty enough. I'll definitely be making this again.
This is very good. My SIL made this for my husband and I a couple yars ago after our son was born. She used Turkey instead of ground beef.
Added 2 cloves of garlic to the turkey mixture. A slice of ham under and over the vegetables and a splash of balsamic vinegar to the topping. Excellent dinner.
As usual, I took a hodgepodge approach that omitted several ingredients and replaced them with others--and it still came out delicious! Meat: I had no egg, used 3 cloves of garlic instead of green onion, put the salt here as CountryMama suggested, and put all the breadcrumbs with the beef, saving none for the broccoli. Broccoli: I used a mix of shredded sharp cheddar and aged edam (it's what i had), but no salt, breadcrumbs, or onions. Instead of a loaf pan, I used a small (but a bit deep) round pyrex casserole dish. Instead of butter and ketchup on top, i used what i had left of a small can of Goya Mexican red salsa. This seems to have resulted in about an inch of greasy water in the bottom of the dish, but it certainly didn't detract from the flavor and was easy enough to leave behind when serving out portions. Overall, an easy yum--worth waiting the hour for!
This was fantastic. I used Velveeta instead of the cheddar and it was so good. My girls gobbled it up.
I used the basics of this recipe to try out some new spice grinders that I bought. I used garlic, onion, red & black pepper & mozzarella shredded on top (minus ketchup). It cooked very fast and was very good.
This was a tasty meat loaf. I'll use it again.
I loved it and so did my family. Even my husband who does not like anything that he didn't make. I made a few changes though, I mixed everything togeter, added adobo, and no bread crumbs and I sauted the onions with garlic before adding them. it was sooooooo good