Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Basic Meatloaf

I'm not always crazy about how the photos of our dinners come out. Tonight's dinner tasted wonderful but this photo does not do it justice. This was a just a basic meatloaf recipe with a few minor substitutions:

2 pounds meat (original recipe called for part beef, part pork, part veal, I used all turkey)
1 small onion chopped (I used a red onion and used about half of it)
1 egg
2/3 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup ketchup
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper ( I used 1/2 teaspoon)
bread crumbs (since I used turkey meat, I needed something more to hold it together)

Mix everything but the meat in a bowl. Add the meat and mix. Place into mold and bake about an hour at 375 degrees.


Audrey :)


Auntie E said...

I like meatloaf however my family does not. need to come to your house,the meatloaf sound great.
I'm starting a Menu Bloghop on my Auntie E Kitchen site-
why not blog by and link up one of your favorite recipes.:-)

Anonymous said...

Hopefully you've enjoy having your dinner with your homemade meatloaf. The procedure and recipe is a quite easy stuff.

Bert | said...

Hopefully you've enjoyed having your dinner with a meatloaf dish. Honestly the meatloaf recipe and tips is quite easy stuff.

Catherine @ The Blonde Diaries said...

My photos always come out poorly too. I have no plate presentation. Oh well. I have a blog that I haven't quite gotten off the ground that displays my poor food photos as well as a few recipes. I might work on it some more over the holiday weekend.

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