Thursday, July 5, 2007

Barbeque Meatloaf

This past Monday, I decided that I wanted to make meatloaf. I usually make a meatloaf that has rice, salsa and diced peppers and onions in it, but I was really lacking in some of the main ingredients - such as the salsa and peppers. So, I decided to go to www.foodnetwork.com and look up a recipe.

My sister made a really delicious barbeque meatloaf in the crockpot a month or so ago, but I did not have that much time to get dinner together, but I decided that I would look up a recipe for barbeque meatloaf, and I found a delicious one by Paula Dean.

The recipe was rated with 5 stars (those are the ones to try!), but I still went briefly through the reviews. The only thing that I did to tweak the recipe was to add only 1 tsp of salt rather than 1 and 1/2 tsp, I used ground turkey (of course), and I did not add the water to the gravy. I do have to say that it initially looks like a LOT of sauce, but when you baste the meatloaf (I used a spoon to do this, not a brush - the brush was taking the sauce off of the loaf), it does not leave a lot left in the end.

So, if you are looking for a new recipe, I recommend this one! It is easy to make, and delicious too!

4 comments:

Tracy W said...

Thanks - it looks delish! I've gotten tired of my old stand-by, even though it gets great reviews from The Boss. But if I made every dish, the exact same way every time I made it, he'd be totally cool with that. He's soooo easy to please when cooking!

I have a couple other variations that I might post - good idea for a blog post in the future. My favorite two are my Italian Meatloaf and Taco Meatloaf. YUMMO, as Rachael Ray says :)

Gonna try this from you next week - our local Acme had BBQ sauce on sale, 10 for 10. And I've got a ton of ground turkey breast in the freezer. Thanks again!

Promises Fulfilled said...

Tracy~
You will have to tell me what your family thinks, and I will look forward to checking out your recipes!

Anne Bradshaw said...

Another wonderful recipe! I'm doing well today collecting recipes from all over Blogland. Thanks for this one.

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Have a great weekend.

Anne Bradshaw said...

Sorry! That should read "Youth"