Bacon-Topped Meat Loaf
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 70 min. + standing
The recipe shown does not mention the beef (percentage of fat) or how much to use.
Made this meatloaf exactly as recipe stated. Delicious! I made a oval ring out of crumpled aluminum foil and put the meatloaf on that when I baked it. It didn't sit in the grease. Will definitely make it again!
Followed this recipe to the tee. Let is stand for 10 min. and cut into it and it fell apart. No taste whatsoever. I should have put it in my meat loaf pan. I bought $14.00 of 90% ground beef and it just wasn't what the reviews said it would be. I placed the meat loaf on a cookie cooling rack so it wasn't setting in the fat while it baked.
My family thought this was the "cat's meow" and gave it 10 stars. I used a good quality ground beef and Panko bread crumbs. Used turkey bacon to top it. It was moist and tasty, will definitely make again. Next time will use the broiler pan as suggested in another review. The only negative is the long baking time as I live in a hot and humid location. So I will experiment with the convection setting to see if I can shorten the baking time.
Shape your meatloaf on your broiler pan and the grease will drop thru. Excellent receipe.
Made this last night, smelled so yummy cooking. I used 93% ground beef and my meatloaf pan to eliminate excess grease. Next time I make will definitely increase the chili sauce as it added a great tang. I may spread it on top and eliminate the bacon. I love bacon, but this would have been just as good without the bacon.
Almost once I week Mom and I would make this for supper. For a wedding gift Mom got a new copy of a Betty Crockbook. Still the one I use, falling out pages, etc. When you lived in a small town (Crown Z lumber mill) what was 'available' was pretty limited. Ocean Falls, BC.Book was printed in 1938.
Made this for supper last night and it was delicious! The chili sauce adds a nice spice to the meatloaf. minutes before it was done. It gave the bacon a great flavor.
This is the only meatloaf I'll eat!
It was absolutely delicious (and I am not a fan of meatloaf!) My family loved it...The only change I made was that I used a "meatloaf mix" (pork, beef and veal ground). I made it a couple of weeks ago...and froze it for a night that I would not have time to cook. It was perfect. There was enough left for one lunch tomorrow! (Make sure you drain out the grease and let it settle so the slices don't fall apart when you are about to serve.)