Meatloaf With BBQ Sauce

Meatloaf With BBQ Sauce created by Leslie

This is a really great dish. It is looked forward too every time I make it and leftovers are just as great on a toasted sandwich or reheated.

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  • Combine sausage mince, minced steak, breadcrumbs, peeled and finely-chopped onions, curry powder, salt, pepper, parsley and lightly-beaten egg in bowl.
  • Beat until mixture is well combined.
  • Gradually add milk and water, continue beating until mixture is very smooth.
  • Shape meat mixture into loaf, place in greased baking dish.
  • Bake in moderate (180 C)oven 30 minutes.
  • Combine all ingredients for sauce in saucepan, bring slowly to boil, reduce heat, simmer 5 minutes.
  • Remove meatloaf from oven, carefully pour off any surplus fat.
  • Pour sauce over meatloaf, return to oven, bake for further 45 minutes, basting frequently with sauce.
  • Serve hot with vegetables or cold with salad.
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"This is a really great dish. It is looked forward too every time I make it and leftovers are just as great on a toasted sandwich or reheated."
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  1. oscardedog
    I have been making this recipe for around 15 years. This is a favourite in my family and my brother stole my recipe card but I had copied it thankfully. My kids won't eat any other meatloaf.
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  2. Jen T
    This is the exact same recipe my SIL made for us while we were on holiday with her and I came home with the recipe. Made it last night and really enjoyed it. I only poured half the sauce over while cooking the loaf and served the remaining sauce on the side when sliced and put on plates. I couldn't get sausage meat here in town so just squeezed the meat out of some sausages and thi worked fine. I served it hot with vegetables and tonight I will serve the remainder cold with salad. Thanks for posting this great meatloaf....a keeper for sure for us :)
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  3. Noodles78
    My mother had been making this for years. It's the only meatloaf I will eat and now the only one my kids will eat. Followed the recipe exactly and turned out perfectly. Thanks for posting Kiwipom.
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  4. Mandy
    This was a great tasty meatloaf, I cut back on one onion and added a grated carrot instead but otherwise made as directed. I was a little disappointed about my sauce though, it virtually disappeared in the oven so there was nothing left to baste with. I added some more water & my own barbeque sauce to ensure that I had enough to baste & serve with. When I make this again I will double the sauce simply so I have enough for basting & serving. Great recipe though!
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  5. Leslie
    Delicious recipe, and unlike any I have ever had. I must admit to being very worried about the addition of milk and water, as it seemed like it would be too "goopy" if I added it, but I went ahead with it and was not disappointed! It firmed right up upon cooking. The only thing I did differently was to totally cook this, and then drain off all the fat, then add the sauce, baking for another 10 minutes to reduce the fat. I'll make this one again! Thanks Kiwipom!
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