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    Meatloaf

    One of my family's favorite most requested comfort food, adapted from my mom's recipe and now she likes my version better
    For the Loaf:
    2 lbs ground meat (all beef or 1 lb 97% beef and 1 lb pork)
    1 C quick oatmeal
    2 eggs beaten
    8 oz can tomato sauce
    ½ C finely chopped onion
    1 tsp salt
    ¼ tsp barbecue spice (more or less as based upon your tastes)
    ¼ tsp pepper
    .
    For Glaze:
    ¼ C brown sugar
    ¼ C ketchup
    1 T prepared yellow mustard


    Preheat oven to 350°
    Combine all "Loaf" ingredients, and mix well.
    Place in a 8"x11" baking dish, shape into a loaf (one or two loaves, our family prefers one) it works best to make the loaf wide and long rather than tall, it cooks more evenly.
    Bake for 1:15
    Combine the glaze ingredients and spread over the top of the loaf(s)
    Bake an additional 15 minutes. With a thermometer verify that the internal temperature is 165°
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    This sounds delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe. I think I am going to try this maybe my boys will like it better than mine. They used to like mine......same for my homemade meatballs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    This sounds delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe. I think I am going to try this maybe my boys will like it better than mine. They used to like mine......same for my homemade meatballs
    I hope they enjoy it. I believe the secret is finding the "right" bar-b-que seasoning. I have a no-label brand I purchased years ago that has a hint of cinnamon in it, just enough to taste but not overpowering. It an unexpected in the flavor profile. The hamburger/ground pork combination is just right in my opinion.

    Please report back. I have to make a double batch in a couple hours, I'll snap some pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56Nine View Post
    One of my family's favorite most requested comfort food, adapted from my mom's recipe and now she likes my version better
    For the Loaf:
    2 lbs ground meat (all beef or 1 lb 97% beef and 1 lb pork)
    1 C quick oatmeal
    2 eggs beaten
    8 oz can tomato sauce
    ½ C finely chopped onion
    1 tsp salt
    ¼ tsp barbecue spice (more or less as based upon your tastes)
    ¼ tsp pepper
    .
    For Glaze:
    ¼ C brown sugar
    ¼ C ketchup
    1 T prepared yellow mustard


    Preheat oven to 350°
    Combine all "Loaf" ingredients, and mix well.
    Place in a 8"x11" baking dish, shape into a loaf (one or two loaves, our family prefers one) it works best to make the loaf wide and long rather than tall, it cooks more evenly.
    Bake for 1:15
    Combine the glaze ingredients and spread over the top of the loaf(s)
    Bake an additional 15 minutes. With a thermometer verify that the internal temperature is 165°
    Ahh, yumm!! Always loved meat loaf growing up. A comfort food like you said and it makes great cold sandwiches if there's any left. Don't have it so much but this will trigger a request to Carol. . . . .
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