Taco Meatloaf

"From Southern Accent, submitted by Mrs. Breashears. Only a few ingredients required."
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl with hands.
  • Bake in a loaf pan at 350 degrees F. for 1 hour.
  • Drain off fat and bake a minute or two longer.

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  1. Perfect thank you! I ran out of ketchup (serious emergency in this house) and was in a panic for something for a meatloaf. This saved the day! I served it with mashed potatoes to keep it traditonal, and a salad with cilantro and corn to embrace the Mexican side. Fun!
  2. I made this this evening for my husband and kids and they all loved it. I made some changes though, as we're doing P90x and eating healthy - I used 1 lb 96/4 lean ground beef, and 1/2 lb extra lean turkey, and I used baked tortilla chips, rather than regular. I used salsa which kept it fairly moist. I definitely recommend this recipe!
  3. Came across this taco style recipe looking for a basic meatloaf one and just knew I had to try it out. <br/><br/>Me and my brother loved it, didn't even miss Mom's meat loaf one bit...well maybe a little but this will definitely do. Great for sandwiches the next day. <br/><br/>Thought we'd spice it up and use some Tapatio Doritos but realized later you dont get much flavor from the chips its really just to add a little crunch.
  4. The whole family LOVED this. I thought I needed to 1/2 it,so I did. BIG MISTAKE. They were like vultures in here,"where's the rest? I need more...and on & on & on..... I used crushed Fritos- fantastic. Will make over & over. Thanks so much!!
  5. Yum, this was so easy to do and so tasty..I used a burrito seasoning mix I had on hand and also added some leftover baked beans to the mix, a keeper, thanks!


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