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meatloaf in the HO

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meatloaf in the HO

Post  montydon on 21.12.10 10:17

Hallo, is there anybody who as ever done a meatloaf in the HO.
I am going to try one today... I will let you know how it goes. Eating

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Post  Admin on 21.12.10 12:00

Hi Montydon,

this is a Meatloaf recipe that came with one of the oven.

Meatloaf Ring
(4 servings)
This recipe makes a nice presentation and cooks faster than when formed
into a loaf.
• 1/2 pound ground beef
• 1/2 pound turkey
• 1/2 pound pork breakfast sausage
• 2 cups bread crumbs
• 2 large eggs, beaten
• 2 tablespoons dried Italian herb mix
• 1 cup chunky style spaghetti sauce salt and pepper to taste
• 1 cup catsup (ketchup)

Mix together the meat, crumbs, eggs, herbs, sauce, and season with salt and
pepper. Place a sheet of foil on the 1-inch rack and form the meat mixture into
a ring about 3-inches high. Cook at 400ºF for 20 minutes and spread the catsup (ketchup)
over the top and cook another 10 minutes or to an internal temperature of
160ºF. Watch that the catsup (ketchup)doesn't burn.

Chef



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Post  montydon on 21.12.10 16:38

Hallo, Just finished eating my meatloaf. It was beautifull.
Made the meatloaf as i always do, preheated HO at 200°c for 10 min.
Put meatloaf in round baking tray and on the bottom of oven, cooked for one hour
at 200°c, turned meatloaf and cooked further at 175°c for 40 min.
Meatloaf was brown and crisp on the outside, but ferm and juisy on the inside.
Eating

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Post  roleck on 27.05.11 20:22

I have two questions:

The terms "loaf" and "ring" are used interchangeably here. A 'loaf' in the US means a lump of ground beef, either formed in a circle or shaped like a loaf of bread. By ring do you mean circle? or do you actually form it into a ring with a hole in the middle? If the latter, why?

Also, how do you "turn" the meatloaf? do you flip it over like a chicken? or do you give the pan a turn 45 degrees or so?

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Re: meatloaf in the HO

Post  Admin on 27.05.11 22:13

Hi roleck,

the meatloaf is the same one you have in the US.

Ring? circle? well it looks like a big doughnut with a hole in the middle Laughing

The empty hole allows hot air to reach well in the centre of the meat loaf. Without the hole there is a possibility that this area will not cook properly. If you leave it in the oven for a bit longer to cook that area, then the rest of the loaf will become too dry. Therefore it's better to have a hole.

Turn means to turn it over, (upside down) not rotate

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Post  roleck on 27.05.11 22:19

Cool! 'love the techniques. . .! Very Happy

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