Meat Loaf with Chili Sauce
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 3 hours + standing
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I used this recipe as a basis for my meatloaf but I had to change a few things because of family preferences. I didn't use chili sauce I used ketchup and milk instead. Half a cup of ketchup and 1/4 of a cup of milk. I increased the spices to half a teaspoon each and omitted the green pepper. Other than that I followed the recipe pretty much exactly and this meatloaf turned out so flavorful and moist it was amazing. It is the best recipe I have found in a long time. I highly recommend it and just it for your personal tastes.
This is a very good meatloaf. I changed the green pepper to a yellow pepper, but otherwise left the ingredients as they were. I did have some issues with this cooking in the slow cooker, so I ended up finishing it in the oven but that may be an issue with my slow cooker, I'm not sure. Either way, it was delicious and my family loved it.
1/4t oregano&same for basil? why not more for 2lbs of 90% lean beef I wonder. if I make&little flavor is the outcome but texture is still good that may be a good thing I suppose
I like to do a 50/50 meatloaf, with beef and pork tenderloin, and use Panko bread crumbs. NO KETCHUP, as you're eating basically the best parts of the beasts! But I do mine in the grill, with charcoal separators, as well as small foil, pierced packets of Mesquite chips. Comes out smokey good!
This is by far my favorite meatloaf recipe. I make it exactly as it is printed. BUT because there are only 2 of us, I divide it in half and bake it instead of using a slow cooker, and then freeze the rest for another meal. It's my husband's FAVORITE.!!!
I was initially skeptical about fixing meatloaf in a slow cooker but my oven is on the blink so I tried it using another recipe before seeing this one. It was a hit so decided to give this one a try and it's now on my rotation as well. I'm now a believer of cooking meatloaf in the slow cooker unless I'm rushed for time.This is a good recipe as is but I changed the glaze to one I always use. I start with chili sauce but mix in a little ketchup and brown sugar and finish by placing the loaf under the broiler for a minute or two for the best results.
I really like this and it made great sandwiches too!
This is a great recipe! I can't believe I've lived in the southwest all my life and never thought of doing this! I'm not very fond of commercial chili sauces (often made with and tasting very much like vinegar), so I used prepared red chile from Bueno Foods instead. The result was perfect and delicious! Definitely going to become a go-to slow cooker recipe in my house!
This was good. Easy enough. Stayed moist. I baked mine in the oven as I was short on time but the chili sauce gave it a nice twang.