Company Meatloaf----Meatloaf------

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Total Time
2hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 2 hrs

I made a good meatloaf,but my son in law said it was to sweet. So, it got me to work on a better Meatloaf. Well, here it is. It's full of flavor,nice texture,and above all not sweet.Makes great sandwiches too!!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix first 11 ingredients together to form a loaf. Place in pam sprayed roaster.
  2. Mix sauce ingredients,pour over loaf.
  3. Bake 350 degrees for 2 hours or 160 degree temperature.
  4. Cool for 5 minutes before slicing -- .
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5 5

I've made this several times and it really is a good meatloaf recipe. Since there are only 2 of us, what I do is make the whole recipe and then divide it into two loaves. I cook one that night and wrap the other one well and pop it in the freezer for an easy dinner at a later date. I only use 1 T of sugar in the sauce though, otherwise its way too sweet for our tastes.

5 5

I have made this several times and my family loves it. I only use lean ground beef and leave out the pork, also I use a finely chopped onion and a bit of onion powder instead of the dehydrated onion flakes. The peppers, parsley and apple cider vinegar give it a very nice flavour.

5 5

YUM!! Made my DH sooo happy!! I'm sure this is excellent made exactly as written, I just switched it up to what I had, etc. and feel I need to note the changes so readers know what I rated my review on. Used 1 lb ground veal, 1 lb ground pork, & 8 oz ground sirloin. (8 oz less ground meat then what recipe called for so I decreased other loaf ingredients just a tad). Used heavy cream, needed to use it up. Ground stuffing crumbs in place of bread, for flavor. Morton's hot salt, for fun. 1/2 of a lg onion, finely chopped in place of green pepper & dried flakes, preference. Increased the sauce so we'd have more to coat each slice (I'm a vinegar lover!) Baked exactly as directed on a rack in a roaster. This was amazing! Sliced better then any meatloaf I've ever made. And will always be my meatloaf recipe. Thanks for posting!