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Meatloaf Roll

Meatloaf Roll created by loof751

I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This one appears to be my aunt's or grandmother's.

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  • Mix hamburger, eggs, bread crumbs, ketchup, salt, pepper and oregano.
  • Spread flat on a sheet of aluminum foil.
  • Top with spinach; spread flat.
  • Top with layer of ham; roll up mixture (don't roll up with aluminum foil) and seal foil around roll.
  • Cook at 350°F for 45 minutes.
  • Open up pocket, place cheese on and return to oven until cheese is melted.
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"I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This one appears to be my aunt's or grandmother's."
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  1. RonaNZ
    Great meatloaf - and not a lot of work for pretty results too. I used silverbeet (New Zealand spinach) which is darker than spinach and bigger leaves too. I slices the leaves off the ribs and wilted them in a hot frypan and then laid out the leaves on top of beef. I think it made for a nice presentation when it was sliced. I also liked the mozzarella on top for presentation too. Taste and texture was really good too.
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  2. loof751
    Meatloaf Roll Created by loof751
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  3. loof751
    This is a really good meatloaf! It was moist and tender but still held it's shape pretty well. I cooked mine for about 1 hour, then added the cheese and cooked for 5 minutes more. It was cool to see the filling rolled up into the meatloaf. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
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  4. Michelle_My_Belle
    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This one appears to be my aunt's or grandmother's.
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