Recipe by BKOMAR76
"I made this for my wife she is an avid Mexican restaurant visitor. The amount of spice you want in this recipe depends on the RO*TEL® and the salsa. I recommend if you do not like it hot get the mild RO*TEL® and a medium salsa."
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eggs, lightly beaten
1 (14.5 ounce) can
diced tomatoes with green chile peppers (such as RO*TEL®)
ground black pepper
lean ground beef
crushed hot and spicy cheese flavored crackers
shredded Cheddar cheese
This was a nice twist on meatloaf. The only thing I am going do differently next time is add cheese in the mixture.
Good, not great. Just kind of lacked much depth of flavor, not really sure what was missing here.
EXCELLENT... Finally found a meatloaf all my family likes.... Thank you
I enjoyed this recipe, not quite a 5, but is deserving of a 4+ rating. I did not have hot cheese crackers so substituted breadcrumbs with chili powder and some hot sauce. I Love the spiciness of this recipe. Will make it again and definitely use the hot cheese crackers, perhaps this will make the difference in a 4 verses a 5 star rating. Think mixing some cheddar in the meatloaf and topping with pepper jack cheese would be yummy.
YUM! This was so good! I used ground turkey, nacho chips instead of the crackers and put the cheese (Monterey Jack) on the inside of the loaf. Enjoyed by all and thank you!
We made this recipe this weekend and our whole family loved it. Will definitely make it again :)
This was a hit with my whole family, including my extremely picky 6-year-old son! I added coriander, oregano, and garlic powder, and used chipotle cheddar tortilla chips as the binder.
This was a very good meatloaf. I added additional spices to suit my family's tastes by adding cumin, chili powder, and garlic as well as a few dashes of hot sauce but it came out excellent and was a hit in our home. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Also, a tip that I've learned for baking meatloaf is to line the bottom your baking dish with slices of bread before setting the meat in. Then, any fat that drains out during cooking is soaked up by the bread. When you dish the meatloaf out onto a serving plate, just discard the bread and you're good to go.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mexican Meatloaf II
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 205
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