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Help ! My meatloaf always seems to be missing something. What is some of the thi…

Help ! My meatloaf always seems to be missing something. What is some of the things that you all do to spice up your meatloaf? Thanks



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29 thoughts on “Help ! My meatloaf always seems to be missing something. What is some of the thi…”

  1. Chilli sauce inside and mix brown sugar with what’s left in bottle and put it on top with 10 minutes left.

  2. I use. Shhhh it’s a family secret.. a box of Stovetop stuffing mix and (2eggs per pound of hamburger) and chopped onion and ketchup or BBQ sauce or bacon on the top..

  3. I always use a packet of the savory herbs stuffing mix and I make my own sauce using ketchup, Worcestershire and brown sugar and mix some of that in with the meat mixture and over the top..it’s soooo yummy

  4. Renee C Bulmer

    Garlic, onions, pepper, and some spices. I’d let you know, but I tend to change it up. We like tajin, Chinese 5 spice, and stuff like that. I put BBQ sauce on top

  5. Lori Landreth Duncan

    Mine has most of the standard ingredients everyone else has listed, but I put yellow mustard in mine.

  6. Diana Nordstrom Smith

    Mrs dash original and table blend, garlic powder and onion powder, onions, egg, milk and crackers

  7. I use hamburger and add chorizo, onion, picante, and crushed tortilla chips and cover it with picante sauce.

  8. Jackie Kenjesky Larsen

    We use ground beef, onion, crushed saltines, brown sugar, ketchup, egg, milk, and Seasonings

  9. Rebecca Turner

    I have been keeping frozen diced onions and/or frozen peppers, celery, onions in the freezer when I need them for cooking. I have found them at Wal-Mart and other grocery stores as well

  10. Breadcrumbs, egg, onion, salt, pepper, milk. Some ketchup. Some Italian seasoning, if u have onion soup mix. Cook in oven for about 30 to 45 min or til done I mix brown sugar, ketchup, some mustard, and a couple splashes of worchestershire and put on top of loaf and bake until it gets kinda candied on top aboit another 20 min

  11. Cheryl Cabana Clark

    I use dry onion soup mix, garlic pepper & Montreal steak seasoning and stuffing mix soaked in V8.

  12. Barbara Hibbard

    Whoever has this meatloaf usually asks me for the recipe. I do not use the soup mixes because of the high content of salt.

    Meatloaf

    2# ground chuck or 3# (85/15 or 80/20 fat ratio)
    2 or 3 eggs (1 egg per # of meat)
    1/2 to 1 onion chopped up fairly small
    (You can add 1/2 cut up small pieces green pepper to taste – optional)
    (You can also mix in some shredded cheddar or mozzarella cheese to taste – optional)
    S&P, garlic powder, Cajun seasoning, adabo seasoning, onion powder, Italian seasoning whatever your other favorite spices are
    A few shakes of Worcestershire sauce
    A few squirts of ketchup
    Mix it all together very well then add
    1/2 to 1+ cup of Italian bread crumbs add a little at a time according to feel, you want it to hold together, but you don’t want it super firm/dry or too sticky
    Shape into bread pan shape
    Put in your bread pan
    Run your finger down the middle of the meatloaf lengthwise to make a little well
    Put ketchup on the top to keep it from burning and keep it nice and moist
    Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour you may need a little more time for 3 lb cut it in the middle and see if it’s done you don’t want any red meat for this.
    Drain liquid and serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite vegetable, I like corn with mine, and dinner rolls

  13. Elizabeth Reynolds Lawton

    My topping is what makes the difference for mine, I think. Instead of ketchup. It’s tomato sauce, with brown sugar and mustard. It gives it some zing!

  14. Brandi Ragsdale Hood

    I add Jimmy Dean sausage and Lipton onion soup mix to mine. I rarely have leftovers.

  15. Miguel C. Salas

    Adding some minced celery and onion into the beginning of your mix with the usual eggs, spices, etc, will help

  16. Ground beef, egg, diced onion and bell peppers, bbq sauce, garlic powder and a whole sleeve of crushed crackers, usually Ritz but saltines work too. Salt and pepper to taste.

  17. I season, saute and cool finely diced onions, celery, carrots and bell peppers. 2 beaten eggs, 1# of lean ground beef, 1# of pork breakfast sausage, cooled vegetables, salt, pepper, crushed saltines and 1/4 cup bbq sauce or ketchup. Bake until done, top with more bbq sauce or ketchup and put under the broiler to carmelize.

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