I just don't understand the enthusiasm for this recipe. I love meatloaf just not this one. The vinegar gave it an odd taste and it was very mushy.
yum! i added a clove of sauted garlic, 1/4 cup bbq sauce and 1/2 tsp horseradish to the meat and subsituted oats for bread. i also added 1/4 cup bbq to sauce also. of course i served with a side of my homeade garlic potatoes. we all had seconds, thx!
Best meatloaf ever! My very picky children had two helpings (husband had three)! Only change I made was that I used a "meatloaf" blend of ground meats sold at Harris Teeter -- it's a blend of beef/veal/pork.
Delicious, even with the use of ground turkey instead of ground beef; 1 tsp. onion powder in place of the vidalia onion; and 1/2 cup dry cereal instead of the bread.
Delicious, thank you. We practically licked our fingers and plates eating this meatloaf. Makes for good sandwiches the next day with some of the leftover mashed potatoes, too!
What a delicious recipe! I for one am a meatloaf hater but DH loves it. So I decided to give this one a try considering all of the good reviews it's gotten. Holy cow is it fantastic! The sauce really enhances the flavor and it comes out so moist and wonderful! Thank you Nita!!
This really is a great meatloaf! The only thing I added was a bit of garlic. The sauce on top is what really makes this recipe stand out. The second time I made it I made sure to double the sauce!
What a good meatloaf..... I, too, thought the mixture would be a little too wet, but let it sit for about 15 minutes, and it was fine. The guys thought the sauce was â€œda bombâ€�. Way different than my own meatloaf, but thought it was getting a little â€œoldâ€�......so glad I chose this for a change. Thnx for posting your recipe, Nita.
I made this many years ago, but used tomato sause and past instead of ketchup. I tried it with the ketchup and it was just as good. Thanks for posting the resipe, I have been looking for it for a long time.
This is a really great recipe...will make it often.. made with no changes ..Very tasty....thank you Nita