New Zealand Meatloaf

New Zealand Meatloaf created by Lavender Lynn

A Kiwi friend emailed me this recipe. It can be served either with the sauce mentioned in the recipe or with Recipe #197432.

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1hr 20mins
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  • Preheat oven to 180c.
  • Fry bacon in oil and crumble.
  • In a bowl mix all of the meatloaf ingredients throughly. (I mix with wet hands).
  • Place into loaf tin.
  • Place in oven for 30 minutes.
  • While waiting to cook make the sauce.
  • In a saucepan place all sauce ingredients and stir on low heat until blended.
  • Remove meatloaf from oven and pour off excess fat. Pour sauce over and replace in oven at 180c for a further 30 minutes.
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"A Kiwi friend emailed me this recipe. It can be served either with the sauce mentioned in the recipe or with Recipe #197432."

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  1. Tania L.
    This is my go to meat loaf recipe. I tweak it a lot depending on what I have on hand. I always put loads of grated veggies in.
  2. Miss Fi
    Forgot to rate with the stars!!!
  3. Lavender Lynn
    Lots of veggies and a touch of curry set this meatloaf apart. There isn't much starch in the mix to absorb the liquid from all that celery and onion, so we ended up pouring off a lot of rich broth that cries out to be made into something further -- but also washed away a lot of the nice sauce. Slices better after it sits a while; fresh out of the oven you'll be able to spoon it like a casserole. After all is said, we loved this meatloaf, actually. Made for OZ/NZ swap October 2008.
  4. Lavender Lynn
    New Zealand Meatloaf Created by Lavender Lynn
  5. Ppaperdoll
    I made this for 123 hit wonders, and it was very good. I do recommend adding the instant coffee to your sauce, as it cuts the sweetness down, and the sauce takes on a barbecue sauce sort of flavor. This did produce a lot of grease, so if you have a grease-draining meatloaf pan (I don't) it would be useful. I just drained the grease off intermittently and then patted the meatloaf with paper towels when it was done. The reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that the cooking time, and/or temperature didn't seem right to me. I had to cook it for twice as long as the recipe said, and thought it might've helped to have the oven temp be higher. All in all though, a great, and different kind of meatloaf. Thanks Jewelies!
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