[Recipe Share] Caden's Meatloaf

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Hello All Y'all! 
Caden here from The Randomosity of Southern Fried Domestication and I am wantin' to share with you one of my most favorite dinners EVER. 
I am so glad Elizabeth invited me over to show you! 
She is just a doll isn't she! Yes, yes she is!

Anywhoo, I will be showing you how to make meatloaf, this never fails. I love it...and so does my Husband! 
And his picky eater of a brother. 
The real Chicken Nugget Man

 


 My husband absolutely loves my meat loaf. He would have me make it once a week if I let him. My mom was the one I learned the meatloafery from. I think my mom used the recipe on the back of the Lipton Box, I make mine a tad different but not much. Who Cares Anyway?! People LOVE THE MEATLOAF.

I always make loaded mashed potatoes and thick cut green beans with bacon. I am a creature of habit. Well, almost. Muley is always bringing home a new BBQ sauce and I am constantly trying all of them in different ways. I shake things up a bit in the topping and I add the "BBQ Sauce of the Week" in there. Just play around. I know Rudy's BBQ Sauce mixed in is AHHHHHMMMAAAAZING. I know I have had a few picky eaters over and had to go heavy on the ketchup for the taste, that alone with the brown sugar is the bomb.com.

 I also have been using a lot of meat so that I can make my DOUBLEWHAMMYDINNER the next night. Muley knows that where there is loaf...MeatloafSammiches are soon to follow.

I think it is a toss up between which one he likes more. I usually do tator tots or potato cakes from the left over mashed potatoes. Last time I happen to do the potato cakes - they were annihilated before I could even take a picture! 

Everything I Need!

 Ingredients

Meatloaf
  • 2.5 lbs Ground Beef 
(I make a large loaf, I make THE BEST Meatloaf Sandwiches)
  • 1 1/2 Cups Panko Bread Crumbs
  • 2 Eggs
  • 3/4 Cups Water
  • 3/4 Cup Ketchup
  • Beefy Onion Soup <--- Lipton
  • I always add Garlic Salt & Onion Powder


If it seems watery to you simply add a little Panko until it is moldable! Then form it into a loaf and stick it in a pan that fits!

Das Loaf

Bake at 350 Degrees 
Bake 1 Hour 
Take Out & Add Topping
Put Back In Oven For 15 More Minutes



  Nom Nom Nom

Thank you for checking out my loaf! For more of my recipes you can head on over to The Randomosity of Southern Fried Domestication and check out the King Ranch Frito Chicken!


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I was so excited when Caden agreed to share her meatloaf recipe with you all! I have a meatloaf recipe that I love (and it's one of the only things I will actually COOK so my husband loves it by default...but actually really does love it too!) but I'm excited to try hers as well!

Happy Eating!




6 comments:

  1. Oh, this looks delicious!! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I think my go to is Contessa's recipe, but the glaze is what makes meatloaf!

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  3. Looks so delicious! I can't wait to try it over the weekend. I'll commend you for such an amazing diy site!

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    1. It does look delicious! I can't wait to try her version as well!

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  4. This looks yummy! I'm always looking for new recipes. Last time I tried a meatloaf it took so long that we didn't get to eat until 9:30 at night. Ha! :)

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