This was a basic meatloaf. The texture was good. Left the sage out. Used half catsup and half Ray's BBQ sauce.
I hate giving such a low review but this was almost mush. I liked the flavor profile but I baked it an addition 20 minutes in hopes of it firming it up.... no dice. I would try it again, with half the milk OR upping the breadcrumbs significantly. Thanks for posting Boies, I love the sage, who knew? Just not my loaf of meat.
I like this meatload a lot. I add just enough milk to cover the bread crumbs then combine minced onion in that mixture and let it sit. I then season the meat and mix in the eggs. I also add a tsp of seasoning salt. For the topping I omitted the brown sugar and used half ketchup and half bbq sauce. Thanks for sharing.
Taste was good, but the meatloaf turned out a little too moist for us. I followed the recipe as written. If I make it again I will use a little less milk. Thanks for sharing.
My favorite meatloaf recipe! I think it's the breadcrumbs soaked in milk, as well as the addition of sage that makes this one special. It's moist, and bakes up with a delicious crust. I don't add the glaze since we don't care for any other topping besides brown gravy. Delicious with a fresh salad, mashed potatoes or mac and cheese! Yum.
Mmm mmm mmmm......It's so good!!! I used this recipe tonight, it was the first time I've ever made meatloaf and I did a jam up job thanks to this recipe. LOL. Down south we like to eat so I beefed it up to 3 lbs, doubling the amount of ingredients. Served it with some Cheesy Mashed Potatoes, Collard Greens, and a tall glass of Sweet Tea. You can't tell me that doesn't sound good. Thanks for the recipe though. I now feel as if I'm a Meatloaf Master Making Machine!!!
It seems so simple that I should add something to it...tempted every time I make it - I don't and always so glad! Delicious! Making it again tonight on a cold blustery day!
My Husband and I thought this recipe was DELICIOUS !!! We loved the glaze on top. It was sweet and dripped down the sides and browned. YUMMY ! Thank you for the recipe.