Recipe by Jill
"A great meatloaf that is easy to prepare. It is very yummy. My husband asked me if I'd remember how to make it. I said no, so he made me write down how to make it so I wouldn't forget. My picky 4-year old likes it."
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onion, finely chopped
Great - but different - meatloaf recipe!
I was kind of hesitant when I read this over - having no glaze, and no "stuffing" (bread crumbs, cracker crumbs, etc.) - but was VERY pleasantly surprised how this one turned out.
I enjoyed it as is - but others prefer the "traditional" glazing...
Next time I'll tweak it for them - but I'll enjoy it either way ;);)
very bland, not a good recipe, texture was not to our liking.
Excellent!!!! Have made several times and my family loves it. I almost left out the hotsauce, but it gives great flavor and does not make spicy. Yum.
This was so good! It looked a little funny, but the taste was delicious!
This is probably the best meatloaf i have ever had! It definitely was different from what i am used to, but it was also the easierst one i have ever made! It also goes really well with Baked Corn too!
This was a good recipe. It's different from the usual, and the technique (e.g., step 2 in the directions) was interesting. It was even unusual to use an 8x8 instead of a 9x5 loaf pan (I used a Pyrex dish). I made it pretty much exactly as written, using a good-sized white onion. In my case, 1 hour of baking left it slightly underdone in the center, so I should have opted for using a meat thermometer as suggested. Also, it was a little weird that there was a good amount of water (not fat, although there was a little of that too) in the bottom of the dish - I was surprised it didn't evaporate away. But the meatloaf itself was tasty, and held together pretty well, despite the lack of breadcrumbs/egg/etc. It lasted me for three pretty big dinners' worth.
Wife liked it enough to take for work lunch day after and called home to say how much she liked it. Three sons swarmed it.
I liked the technique for this but it was very bland. I will make it again with more seasoning.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jill's Sweet and Tangy Meatloaf
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 146
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