Loaf of Meat

I found this recipe on the net a few years ago. It's easy, and it's terrific. It is not, however, conducive to those who wish to maintain an extremely healthy lifestyle. Still, you could use ground turkey instead of beef, or a combination thereof.

You could actually serve this meatloaf to company, and all they'd do is eat it, compliment you on how good it is, and continue to respect you as a person. What they would not do, unless they're overly cultured food snots, is criticize you for using canned food.

This should serve anywhere between three and six.

Ingredients -- Meatloaf

Ingredients -- Sauce


  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Mix all ingredients together well, shape into loaf, and put into pan. If you use a roasting rack instead of a bread pan, the meatloaf will be less greasy, and you can use some of the drippings to make the sauce.
  3. Bake 20 minutes uncovered at 425 degrees. Turn down the oven to 375 degrees and continue baking uncovered for 55 minutes. (I've had very good results starting at 375 and turning the oven up to 425 after 20 minutes.)
  4. To make the sauce, fry the mushrooms in the drippings and then combine with mushrooms, mushroom soup, and sour cream. Heat this mixture in a saucepan.
  5. Slice and serve the meatloaf with the sauce on the side.
Last updated 7/20/96
Gregg Pearlman, gregg@EEEEEEgp.com

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