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Just the way DH likes his meatloaf. I liked the hint of worcestershire sauce and would add a little more next time. DH won't eat onions so I used a little granulated onion powder- don't tell him :) Made for Family Picks ZWT6.

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Brenda. June 30, 2010

I used ritz crackers, lean ground beef. I loved the green onion in it. I ate mine with ketchup. Thanks Nif :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT

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Boomette June 21, 2010

I had fun making these, I made them into single small serving in my muffin tin, LOL They were so simple and really good. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday Tag Game.

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daisygrl64 August 12, 2009

Nice, ultra-simple meatloaf, which I appreciate. I used 1 tsp. of Montreal Steak Seasoning instead of the salt and pepper, and also a full tsp. of Worcestershire.

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Debbie R. June 18, 2009

Delicious! I used part of a regular onion instead of green onions, Montreal steak seasoning instead of salt and pepper. I used lean beef and you definitely need to pour off the excess fat after being cooked. We used chili sauce for the topping and I'll be making this one again.

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nemokitty October 08, 2012

This was a great meatloaf! I liked that there was not a lot of liquids in the mixture to make it mushy and that addition of green onions was great; I love green onions. I did drizzle a little of ketchup on top. Made for Everyday Holiday.

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AZPARZYCH December 20, 2011

For us an excellent healthy starting point for meatloaf, a bonus for us was that the recipe specified spring onion (green onions) instead of regular which the DH has an intolerance to but is usually o'kay with spring/green but he did request to cut back to 1 but must admit mine were rather big and strong. I would also start checking at the 45 minute point (mine was done in 50 minutes at 160C fan forced (would take that back to 150C next time). I used premium lean mince/ground beef (my butcher only does 2 grades and I am happy with either - if too fatty and no matter how much I drain the fat off I end up with a gut ache and so any savings I have made buying cheaper grades usually costs me in meds getting rid of the gut ache and heart burn that follows). Thank you Nif, made for Went to Market.

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I'mPat September 20, 2010

This meatloaf reminded me on my mom's. She always used crackers in her meatloaf. Nice flavor. Mine got a little dry, but I think it was because I had to put it on hold until my husband got home from work. Might also add a little more worcestshire sauce the next time. Great comfort food. Made for ZWT6.

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morgainegeiser June 18, 2010

This does not need to be fancy as it is perfect down-home cooking at it's best. Loved how the crackers were used as the filling instead of breadcrumbs. I used a whole wheat cracker in place of the saltines but that was the only little change. Very moist and just delicious! A crowd pleaser for our family. Made for ZWT6 event.

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HokiesMom May 31, 2010

My kind of meatloaf!!! Quick, simple with ingredients I always have on hand. This is very similar to my normal recipe. Loved the addition of the seasoned salt. I followed as written, except subbed regular onion (minced) and I topped mine with some ketchup. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for ZWT6.

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diner524 May 24, 2010
Nif's Nothing Fancy Meatloaf