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Muffin Pan Meatloaf

XLentEGGXLentEGG Posts: 204
edited March 2012 in EggHead Forum

I had thrown this recipe up on the meatloaf thread. Here is the pic.image

Takes a little time to prep,but worth it .

Yes, this is the biggest one they make.
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  • ChubbsChubbs Posts: 5,261
    That's a keeper! Mind sharing the recipe?? Wow.
    Columbia, SC --- LBGE 2011 -- MINI BGE 2013
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  • Please!!!!!!
    LET'S EAT
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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 16,420
    What Flamethrower said :)]
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, just added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

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  • thebtlsthebtls Posts: 2,300
    edited March 2012
    Very interesting ex....how about posting the recipe so we can highjack it!,,,keep on eggin
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  • XLentEGGXLentEGG Posts: 204
    I use a regular large muffin X 6 pan. mine has hole a drilled through the bottoms of each pan to help remove the meat. Take 1/3 cup of whatever the meatloaf is that night and put  it into each of the pans. Flatten meat into pans evenly.  Add cheese of choice. I have gone from fresh mozz, to sliced chedder. Add another 1/3 cup of meat. This will usually fill the rest of the pan pretty full. Try to seal the cheese in when you flatten the last 1/3 cup. Flip pan over onto a cookie sheet. Wrap each meatloaf with one slice of thick cut bacon. The bacon will help hold in the cheese. I go 400* indirect, on a raised fish grid. When the bacon looks like it is almost done I close down the egg and dwell until sizzling stops. remove , set five min, serve.  I find that 85 / 15 is great for grilled meatloaves.
    Yes, this is the biggest one they make.
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  • ChubbsChubbs Posts: 5,261
    Thanks X. Short list.
    Columbia, SC --- LBGE 2011 -- MINI BGE 2013
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  • stevesailsstevesails Posts: 977

    saved this one for the favorites.  I might make up a batch, and then freeze them in two packs for the wife and I. cook as needed.

     

     

    XL   Walled Lake, MI

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  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 4,519
    Wow! Little mounds of perfection. The recipe goes on the most definitely to do list. Thanx.
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  • I use a regular large muffin X 6 pan. mine has hole a drilled through the bottoms of each pan to help remove the meat. Take 1/3 cup of whatever the meatloaf is that night and put  it into each of the pans. Flatten meat into pans evenly.  Add cheese of choice. I have gone from fresh mozz, to sliced chedder. Add another 1/3 cup of meat. This will usually fill the rest of the pan pretty full. Try to seal the cheese in when you flatten the last 1/3 cup. Flip pan over onto a cookie sheet. Wrap each meatloaf with one slice of thick cut bacon. The bacon will help hold in the cheese. I go 400* indirect, on a raised fish grid. When the bacon looks like it is almost done I close down the egg and dwell until sizzling stops. remove , set five min, serve.  I find that 85 / 15 is great for grilled meatloaves.

    Yes, this is the biggest one they make.
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