Great meatloaf.....we covered half with bbq sauce and half with ketchup...totally delicious.... and the leftovers were every bit as good too...!!<br/>Another winner from your stable of recipes....thank you.<br/>Made for PRMR.
This makes a very tasty basic meatloaf, exactly what my DH enjoy's. I did swap out the ketchup for BBQ sauce and cut back on the amount to make two mini meatloaves. 20 mins in the nu-wave and they were done perfectly without firing up the big oven and heating up the kitchen. It was a winner here.
This was a lovely quick and easy meatloaf to put together. We really enjoyed this tasty dish. It was wonderful served with mashed potatoes, green beans and cornbread. The onions really make the dish pop. Thanks for sharing your recipe nochlo.
Wonderful total comfort food for me!! This is very similar to my family's recipe, except we use soda crackers and milk instead of the panko and water and we don't cooked the onions first, but I really enjoyed the sauteed onions versus the raw. I made this as written, but 1/2 of the amounts and it didn't state how to cut the onion, so I diced it and then sauteed it and let it cool a bit and then added this in with the meat mixture to add more flavor to the meat while baking. We don't add any butter, so that was also new for me and I am not sure I noticed much of a difference with it in the meatloaf. I added the ketchup, just smearing the amount we like, after the loaf cooked for awhile. Overall a very wonderful meatloaf and total comfort meal for us!! I served ours with baked potatoes and corn, yum! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for Holiday Tag Game.
Yummy meatloaf. I made 2 mini loaves and covered them with BBQ sauce instead of ketchup. The onions were delish on these. Thanks for sharing this nice winner, nochlo. Made for PRMR.
I scaled back for 3 serves and adjusted the cook times to suit but still had a serve left over which will be used for a sandwich. I put the mixed meat (I used very lean mince) into the pan (didn't worry about heating up the pan) and baked for 30 minutes and then poured off what little fat there was and then put the tomato sauce/ketchup and onion on top and returned to the oven for 10 minutes, let rest for a few minutes and then sliced and served. We all thoroughly enjoyed this though next time I will not be quite so generous with the tomato sauce/ketchup and just smear it on as it is not one of my favourite sauces. Thank you nochlo, made for Please Review My Recipe.