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Lady in the ShoeLady in the Shoe Posts: 29
edited 9:51AM in EggHead Forum
can i get a good meat loaf recipe for the egg for tonite


  • MetalheadMetalhead Posts: 668
    Lady in the Shoe,
    various spices[p]cook on egg[p]last 20 mins add ketchup,mustard,bbq sauce combo to top[p]enjoy[p]Jan

  • MetalheadMetalhead Posts: 668
    Lady in the Shoe,
    I am of course joking w/my first post. Remember what ya'll say at the mothership..."you can cook anything
    on the egg as if it were in the oven"[p]Don't you already make the best meatloaf around?[p]I'm assuming you said yes....just throw on the egg...use a cast iron pan if needed. See ya soon Lady in the Shoe[p]Jan

  • Rick GRick G Posts: 166
    Lady in the Shoe,
    This is my mom's recipe...we like it alot.[p]MIX
    1# hamburger
    1# ground turkey
    1/4 cup steak sauce
    1 pkg onion soup mix
    1/2 cup dry oatmeal
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/4 tsp pepper
    2 eggs[p]put in loaf pan...cover with bbq sauce or ketchup[p]bake at 350 for about an hour

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Lady in the Shoe,
    You can see mine/my moms on my website in the cooks section[p]Wess

  • Lady in the Shoe,
    there is an endless number of meatloaf recipes.[p]here's mine.[p]1 1/2 lb hamburger--your choice of fat %
    3/4 lb ground pork (not sausage)
    1/2 can (small can) tomato sauce
    small handful of dried breadcrumbs
    1 egg
    1 TB or more of your favorite rub (that you would use for steaks, burgers, or other beef)
    salt, pepper, garlic powder to taste (if you use rub, i'd suggest leaving these out the first time and add them slowly on succeeding meatloaves till you get it to your liking)
    1/4 to 1/2 med. onion, chopped (or a handful of dried onion flakes reconstituted for a couple of mins in a bit of hot water)[p]smoosh it all together.[p]i form it in a loaf, put it in a metal colander, and cook it indirect at 350 dome. it takes 1 to 1 1/2 hrs to reach 160 deg.[p]i don't use any smoking wood, in that i find that the light smoke flavor from the lump is sufficient flavoring for my family's taste.[p]ken[p]

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