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 LOVE this recipe! I can get both my picky eaters to eat this (I disguise it as a cheese burger) It always comes out perfect and pairs up with mashed potatos and just about any vegetable!
This has been my go to recipe for many years.... everyone in my family just loves it!
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.
Excellent! The whole family loves this recipe and I have been making it since it was first published :)
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!
Best meatloaf hands down... EVER!
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!
This is a yummy recipe that can definitely be tweaked to your own liking. I didn't have any quick cooking oats on hand, so I used 1/2C bread crumbs instead. I also used dried parsley because I didn't have fresh. I added a bit of worcestershire sauce and a dash of ground red pepper for a little zip. This is a yummy meatloaf recipe!
I use ground vension in this recipe and works great!!!! This recipe allows for creative wiggle room so don't be afraid to add a little of this or that, depending on taste buds, sweet or savory...
I gave this five stars because it is simple to put together and yet one of the most flavorful meatloaves I have had. The power behind this one, I think, is the little bit of brown sugar. It doesn't make it sweet-sweet, just an additional flavor that tinges on sweetness. Definitely a keeper for me and a frequent recipe I'll be using for my meatloaf!
My favorite meat loaf recipe! Very good! Quick and easy to make.