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Meat Loaf Supreme

lkgmadmaxlkgmadmax Posts: 21
edited August 2011 in Beef

The formatting of the recipe using this tool looked bad so I'm attaching the recipe for download. 

Comments

  • The recipe is a great one, it originally came from "Southern Living" magazine some 20+ years back.  Be prepared for a real treat!
  • Sounds awesome...no link :(
  • kpetrykpetry Posts: 4
    edited October 2011
    Here it is:

    Meat Loaf Supreme

    2 Lbs Ground
    Beef

    ¾ Cup Italian
    Season Bread Crumbs (Progresso)

    ¼ Cup Catsup

    1 Egg, Beaten

    2 Tbs Grated
    Parmesan Cheese

    1 Tsp
    Worcestershire  Sauce

    1 Tsp Dried
    Minced Garlic

    ¼ Tsp Dried
    Basil

    ¼ Dried Thyme

    ¼ Tsp Dried
    Parsley Flakes

    ¼ Tsp Salt

    ¼ Tsp Black
    Pepper

    1 Small Red
    Pepper Cut Thin Into 2” Strips

    1 Small Onion
    Sliced Thin Into Rings

    3 Fresh
    Mushrooms Sliced Thin

    2-3 Slices Of
    Swiss Cheese (6x3.5)

     

    Combine first
    12 ingredients, mix well.  Shape mixture
    into an 18x12” rectangle on a sheet of wax paper. Layer red pepper, onion,
    mushrooms & cheese on rectangle, leaving a 1” margin around edges.  Roll meat mixture up in jellyroll fashion,
    starting at the short side and using wax paper to lift and roll.  Pinch the edges to seal.  Place on a “lighty greased” broiler pan
    rack.  Bake at 350 for 45-1 hr.  Serves 6 people.   


  • kpetrykpetry Posts: 4
    Not sure what is going on there with the formatting!!!
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