French Market Meatloaf

            

I forget where this recipe comes from but it is not mine.  I like it a lot though and thought if would be a great way for someone to learn to make a really good meatloaf.  Usually I just throw the ingredients together but that is only because I’ve been cooking meatloaf for many, many years.  The oats can be omitted and it will be fine.  I used organic, grain-fed, free-range beef so it was pretty dense but not in a bad way at all.  We watch for the organic meats to go on sale then we snatch them up and freeze them for use at a later time.  This is an easy recipe that anyone can make and will impress both friend and foe.

 Farmhouse Meatloaf (2)

Turn oven to 375°

 

What you need (part 1):

1 med. Onion diced

1  Green Pepper – diced

2 cl. Garlic

2 t. salt

1 t. pepper

½ t thyme

½ t oregano

 

What you need (part 2):Farmhouse Meatloaf (3)

2 lb. Ground Beef

½ c. beef broth

½ c. tomato sauce

¼ c. oats

1 egg – beaten

 

What you do:

 

1. Cook the vegetables on med. High for 10 min.

2. Add the vegetables to the part 2 stuff and mix all together

3. Form a loaf on a foil-lined sheet

4. Bake for 50 min.

 

Here is a more organized way of looking at it:

 

1 med. Onion – diced

1 Green Pepper – diced

2 cl. Garlic

2 tsp. salt

1 tsp. Black Pepper

½ tsp. Thyme

½ tsp. Oregano

1.

Cook on medium high for 10 min.

2 lbs. Ground Beef

½ c. Beef Broth

½ c. Tomato Sauce

¼ c. Breadcrumbs

1 egg- – beaten

2.

3.

4.

Mix together then add vegetables and mix

Form into a loaf on a foil-lined sheet

Bake at 375° for 50 min.

 Farmhouse Meatloaf (4)

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