Thursday, February 27, 2014

Recipe: Delicious Meatloaf

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This delicious meatloaf is easy to make and baked in exactly an hour as promised.
I used 2 pounds of beef and adjusted the other ingredients accordingly.
I also added diced carrot to the onion mix and covered the
top of the meatloaf with strips of bacon which added a good deal of flavor to the finished product.  
After forming two loaves, I cooked one meatloaf and froze the other.  I baked the meatloaf in a pan which allowed the grease from the bacon to drip through.  Such a pan is available at Ocean State Job Lot for about $5.99.  You could also cook the meatloaf on a rack.  
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8 comments:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love meatloaf and this one looks so yummy! Thanks for linking to TTF!

Chic Sassy Mom said...

Awww wow! That looks great, and you made it look so simple. I hope to be able to make meatloaf as well. I'm not really a great cook, but I do love to eat!

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www.chicsassymom.com

Tina C said...

This is so good. My son-in-law made bacon topped meatloaf about 2 weeks ago and oh it was so delish.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I will make this one. I love the addition of the carrots and the bacon. Sounds fabulous. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Deborah@Green Willow Pond said...

Looks yummmy! We love meatloaf, especially leftover for sandwiches too! I put bacon on the top along with a little ketchup mixed with brown sugar like my mom did. Thank you for sharing at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a lovely week! ~Deborah

Katherines Corner said...

you had me at bacon! I love a free form meatloaf with bacon too.Thank you for sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop ♥

DeDa Studios said...

Your meatloaf looks delicious! I have never thought to add bacon to the top! Looks and I am sure it taste yummy!

Joann @EuchreFun said...

I just tried a Gluten Free meatloaf recipe that called for bacon over the top like yours. I didn't have any bacon for this time, but will definitely try it next time. Yours looks deeelish!!

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