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DMERZIG


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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Best Ever Meatloaf with Brown Gravy
This was pretty good. It is tough to get good gravy out of a meatloaf, and this was acceptable. I would make one note to others...the type of Chili sauce called for here is usually not too hot. Do not use "Asian" Chili sauce, that IS HOT!! The commercial brands, are not hot at all. My Grandma's recipe is more like a slightly chunky, sweet/hot homemade tomato catsup. It has things like cinnamon and cloves in it as well as some heat. So just make sure you are not missing out on a good recipe because of an incorrect ingredient.

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 9, 2008
Eggplant Appetizer
Krasnoyarsk is a Sister City with my hometown Oneonta, NY, so I had to try this out. Natalia has shared a good one! I found I liked it best shaking a little creole seasoning or a drop of Tabasco as a topping to my cracker and eggplant. I'm sure that is not a Russian tradition, but it sure tastes good! ???????!

34 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 8, 2007
That's-a Meatloaf
In response to gabbysmom, if you cooked the meatloaf at 350F for 75 minutes, the ground beef probably wasn't raw. Most likely, the meat was pink from the nitrates (or nitrites) in the cooked ham tranfering to the hamburger. This has happened to me when I have made this recipe; but if you check a cross-section, I think you will find that the flavor and texture are fine. That is why ham is pink!

20 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 28, 2005
 
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