Combine 1/2 cup ketchup, oats, and next 6 ingredients (oats through egg whites) in a large bowl. Add meat; stir just until blended. Shape meat mixture into an 8 x 4-inch loaf on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray. Brush 1/4 cup ketchup over meat loaf. Bake at 350° for 1 hour and 10 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes before slicing.
This meatloaf was too sweet for my taste with the added sugar. My husband asked if I put jam into the loaf. Also, it baked much longer than per recipe.. I would add garlic, more pepper, perhaps some chili, omit the sugar and reduce the ketchup a bit.
I have made over 20 different meatloafs, and this is our favorite. My husband, asks me why I even bother trying to make different ones, since this is his favorite, but I tell him, ya just never know, we might find one we like better, but so far we haven't.
I've been making this meatloaf for years, tweaking it a bit here and there. My favorite rendition is not so healthy, but I use an equal parts mix of veal, pork and venison or elk. Outside of that, I typically use breadcrumbs and a splash of Worstechire and exchange the br. sugar for agave.
This was really good. Gave this 3 stars only because it's more of an everyday meal versus for guests. The only thing I did differently was grate the onion with a box grater. I think that helps retain more moisture. Will def make again!
Good meatloaf, not so different from the recipe I usually use. I made according to the recipe, only substituting Penzy's Chicago Steak seasoning for salt and pepper. My only objection was that the loaf was a little bit mealy in texture. It did, however, hold together well when slicing, which can be a problem with meatloaf. Served for Sunday dinner with baked potato, glazed carrots and fried green tomatoes. Everybody was happy!
Great Recipe! Tastes just like traditional meatloaf. I substituted cilantro for the parsley (because that's what I had) and used old fashioned Quaker oats (not quick cook). It turned out great and was very easy. My husband went back for seconds! I served it with mashed potatoes and green beans. Will make frequently!
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