Great meatloaf. Not mushy, not dry like some recipes tend to get...<br/> I will leave sage out next time...personal preference.
OMG, OMG, OMG....OMG!!!!!!! This is Soooooooooooooo good!! That is all.
This was a great meatloaf! The taste was great and it didn't crumble apart when slicing. I used 1/2 # ground italian sausage for 1/2# of the ground beef, but followed the rest exactly. The flavor is great and I would not change a thing!
Excellent. Can't wait to make meatloaf sandwiches with the leftovers!!!!
Ok,Let me start by saying this not only looked yummy but it was yummy.I used deer meat instead of burger & used bread crumbs instead of crackers.Over all it was awesome.This will be fixed again :D...
I substituted a pound of italian pork sausage for one pound of Ground beef. I also put some green peppers up in it and used water instead of milk because my boyfriend is vegan. Super good. We had it with cucumber salad.
This was really good! I made it today for lunch (we eat our big meal at noon, my husband works nights)... the only thing I changed in the meatloaf was to omit the onions, I'm not a fan. I will normally add onion powder in the place... but I forgot - oops! I also cut the glaze ingredients in half as it seemed like a LOT to me.. and it was PERFECT, it still completely covered the loaf. Only other thing I changed was to cut the baking time down.. mine only took 1 hour, total. (50 minutes "plain" and 10 minutes w/ the glaze on it). I think next time I might add some green chopped pepper, as both DH and I like that in our meatloaf. But this was really good and I'd for sure make again! My 14 month old enjoyed hers too!!! :)
All I can say is WOW !!!!,Now the opinons on this recipe are strictly mine since SO doesn't really care for meatloaf(but eats it anyway,go figure;))The only thing I did different was to cut ketchup for the topping down to 1/2 cup.Before cutting the meatloaf I let it "rest" for about 10 minutes and sliced into beautifully even pieces.The taste is what one would expect from meatloaf,pure comfort.To make it a true comfort meal,I served it with Scalloped Potatoes,Buttery Bread Machine Rolls,and Green Beans My Way.As good as it tasted the night I made it tasted even better as a meatloaf sandwich the next day.This "WILL" be made again.Thank you so very much for posting."Keep Smiling:)"
I never thought to add the sage! This is my classic meatloaf other than the sage and I typically like to use ritz crackers. Delicious! Thank you for the perfect addition!
Very good - a classic meat loaf recipe. I usually make a brown gravy for mine, but my dh has been asking for the kind with the ketchup glaze. What a great taste it adds. I only baked mine with the glaze for about 5 minutes as it started to brown. Maybe turning the heat down or covering with the glaze could prevent that. The 60 minutes plus the 5 was plenty for my meatloaf for doneness.