Recipe by VALKARYN
"This is an old family recipe with a touch of Californian flair."
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diced red onion
diced green bell pepper
ground black pepper
quick cooking oats, or as needed
liquid mesquite smoke flavoring
ground black pepper
too much pepper? are you crazy?? this is the best meatloaf!! quite tasty. the only change I made is that I reduced the brown sugar to 2 Tablespoons instead of 1/4 cup- the first time I did made it exactly and found it a bit too sweet, last night I made it again but with the reduced amount of brown sugar- and it was perfect! I want to thank you for sharing this recipe!! it is the now the meatloaf by which all other meatloafs will be measured.
Sorry. Have to disagree with a lot of reviewers. This was overspiced and way too sweet for us. We live in Tex Mex country and love our spice, but this entire blend of dried herbs thrown in was too overpowering. We will stick with our tried and true recipe that is more tomato and onion based.
Well... I ended up making this meatloaf at the last minute and changed quite a bit due to what I had in my kitchen and It was still a hit!!!
First off, I doubled the recipe because I had 2.lbs of ground beef, I didn't have any bell pepper or celery,
Here are my Substitutions:
~2 eggs for eggbeaters
~1/4 cup soy sauce for 1/4 worcestershire
~Dried basil/parsley/oregano/ for meatload seasoning mix
~garlic powder for garlic salt
~1 beef boullion cube
1tbsp of liquid smoke to loaf.
For sauce: I also reduced the brown sugar to 2tbsp I also doubled the sauce and glazed twice while baking and was perfect. Because it was a 2.lb loaf I baked at 375 for 1hr 15-30min. It turned out very good and didn't fall apart. I want to try this next time with ground turkey...Yummy!!!
Edible. Might have given this 3 stars on taste and texture as it was spicy and moist but the presentation was unimpressive - looked like baked dog food and the recipe required a whole lot more prep than the finished product warranted.
it was good but very spicy and the taste of all those dried herbs was overpowering. I won't make it again this way.
Made the meatloaf itself, but without the glaze on top. (Served it with tomato gravy instead) Needed another egg to hold it together better, but had a fabulous flavor that my entire family enjoyed. Will make this again.
Mmmmm, I just finished off the leftovers for lunch. Very good, even my picky daughter liked it. I thought my son would love it but he was upset by the veggies showing so I will chop them smaller in the food processor next time. I also only had one egg and doubled the recipe but loved it even though it fell apart! I did cut the sugar in half and used half yellow mustard instead of all brown just for kid appeal. Thanks!
Best meatloaf I've ever had!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 96
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