Recipe by Bill Echols
"This is meatloaf with some kick! The seasonings really bring out the flavor of the meat."
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ground cayenne pepper
ground black pepper
ground white pepper
chopped green bell pepper
chopped green onions
hot pepper sauce
1 1/2 pounds
andouille sausage, casings removed
dried bread crumbs
This was my first attempt at making meatloaf and although the directions were a little vague for a novice like me (how finely does the onion and bell pepper need to be chopped?? I didn't know!)it was REALLY good! I didn't have bay leaves and it didn't suffer because of it. I used a little less breadcrumbs, and more ground beef and garlic. I didn't find it too spicy as other reviewers had commented. It was a little greasy, but I just poured the oil off when it was cooked. Leaving it to stand for 15 minutes was definitely good advice. I will be making this again!
In all fairness the spice composition of this recipie is awesome but we did not like the sausage flavor in this so next time I will will make it with extra ground beef and omit the sausage but the flavoring of the other spices was awesome!
This is fantastic! I've tried other recipes for Cajun Meatloaf, but this is the best yet. Spicy, but didn't need to sleep with a pack of antacids next to bed. I followed the recipe to the tee & did not find it soggy or mushy. On the contrary, texture was perfect; making for great sandwiches the following two days! Highly recommend to all that generally hate meatloaf (such as I).
This is an awesome loaf. However, you must precisely follow all directions. Be patient cooking down the milk and veggies into sauce. Bake the loaf on a rack to drain off the fat. Use evaporated milk. Skip any of these three and you will get mush. Add a pince of thyme. Wait until the next day and it just gets better for sandwiches.
Too spicy for kids, however.
Finally - FINALLY - a recipe for meatloaf that isn't bland and boring and convered with a sickly sweet sauce. This one is flavorful and delicious, and if you follow the recipe carefully it has a nice texture. I couldn't find andouille in my area so I had to substitute hot Italian sausage. My children love this. My 1 year old ate 3 helpings! I'll make this one often.
I am relatively new to cooking so I was taking a big step with this, but it was a hit and turned out great! We served it with a simple green salad with tomatoes and balsamic dressing -- anything heavier (potatoes, bread, even brocolli) might have been too much. For the other novice cooks attempting this -- the hot pepper sauce I used was Cholula, but you can use tobasco too. We chopped the vegies into small chunks -- not so fine that you'd use a food processor, but not too chunky either. This way the flavors blend together and you won't bite into a big piece of pepper or something. When we pulled it out of the oven the grease had pooled to the sides which you can just pour off. We let it stand for about 15 min before serving. Perfect time to make a salad and set the table! We will definitely make again and are looking forward to the cold meatloaf for lunch today!
This is the best meatloaf recipe I've tried. I am usually not a meatloaf fan, but this has changed my mind. I've also used this to make the juciest bbq'd burgers. My entire family loves them!!! Definitely try this!!!!!
If only my mother could have made meatloaf this good. Requested over and overy by the family.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cajun Style Meatloaf
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 367
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