Meat Loaf

Recipe on Rails
Prep Time: less than a minute

Servings: 1

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   Warren Prince


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Ingredients

GLAZE
0.5136.0cupKetchup
0.50.52teaspoonCorianderground
0.2556.75cupVinegar, Cider
3.037.5tablespoonSugar, Brownpacked
Default
1.014.38tablespoonButter
1.01.0eachOnionchopped fine
1.01.0ribCelerychopped fine
2.02.0cloveGarlicchopped fine
2.01.6teaspoonThyme
1.02.4teaspoonPaprika
0.2560.75cupTomato Juice
0.5113.4cupStock, Veal
2.02.0eachEgg
1.016.0tablespoonSoy Sauce
1.04.93teaspoonMustard, Dijon
0.6746.9cupCrackers, Saltinescrushed
2.03.13tablespoonParsleychopped
0.753.75teaspoonSalt
0.51.15teaspoonPepper, Black
3.084.0ounceCheese, Monterey Jackfrozen
1.0454.0poundGround Sirloin
1.0454.0poundGround Chuck
Optional
1.0454.0poundVeal, Ground

Instructions

1. 

preheat oven to 375
Freeze cheese so it crumbles easily

2. 

Mince the onion and celery.

3. 

Heat butter in pan. Saute onion and celery until it begins to brown.

4. 

Add garlic, thyme and paprika. cook another minute

5. 

Reduce heat and add tomato juice. Deglaze pan, and cook till thickened. Set aside to cool.

6. 

Whisk egss. Add cool broth.*** Wisk till well combined. Add soy sauce, mustard, saltines, parsley, salt, pepper, and onion mixture. mix well.

7. 

Place meat in a large bowl, and crumble cheese over it. Top with onion mixture.

8. 

Mix well.

9. 

Shape into loaf, and smoth sides with wet spatula. Bake till internal temperature of about 135.

10. 

While meat cooks, make glaze. Mix all ingredients and bring to a simmer. Simmer about 5 minutes and let cool

11. 

Baste loaf with about 1/2 of the glaze, and place under broiler for about 5 minutes, till glaze bubbles and starts to brown. Baste again with remaining glaze, and return to broiler again.

12. 

Remove from broiler and allow to set for 20 minutes.

13. 

*** NOTE.... if you don't have veal stock, you may use chicken, but then you have to add 1/2 teaspoon of gelatin to the eggs and broth. let that sit 5 minutes before adding the soy sauce.

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