Stuffing Meatloaf Recipe
OK, so I was browsing Pinterest and I found this pin, it is a pin for a meatloaf. It looked good to me so I thought hey why not lets try it. And OMG let me tell you this IS the best meatloaf I have ever tasted!!!! Now I did put a little bit of my own tweekiness (wait is that even a word? Oh well it is now lol). Here is the recipe I found:
- 1 Box of Stuffing Mix
- 1 Egg
- 1 pound of Ground Beef or Turkey
- 1 Cup Water
And here are the additional “tweeked” ingrediants
- Peppers (can be any Kind I personally Used the Sweet Peppers)
- 1 Onion
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Brown Sugar
Here are the instructions on how to make this best tasting meatloaf ever!
- Chop up your onions and your peppers
2. Put Ground Beef/Turkey in a bowl. (I used 2 pounds)
3. Add into the meat mixture your stuffing (I used Cornbread..however you could use the various flavors that are available), If your stuffing has a separate seasoning packet yes you put that in as well.
4. Next add in your peppers (I used the sweet orange, yellow and Red peppers) and Onions
5. Next crack in the egg.
6. Then lastly we add in our water a few drizzles of Worcestershire sauce to the mixture
7. Now we mix the mixture all together. I find it is best just to use your hands to do this.
8. Finally you can put this in a reg baking sheet, meatloaf pan, casserole dish or scrunched in a cupcake Pan (which is exactly what I decided to do)
I also used my brookie pan too for a larger serving
9. Now put in a oven at 350. I cooked mine for about 35 mins. While it is cooking mix together
- 1/2 cup Ketchup,
- 1/4 Cup Mustard
- 1 TBS of Brown Sugar
- few drizzles of Worcestershire sauce.
10. Now take it out of the oven and coat the top with the mix you made and then put it back in the oven for another 15 mins.
11. Now serve with sides of your own choice. I put mine with mashed potatoes and green beans.
Here is what it looks like up close
I cut mine open to take a look at the inside and this is what I seen
Over all this recipe was a win win. It was full of flavor and moist but not soggy. When I asked my husband and son would I need any tweeking and both said no. Husband said do NOT change a thing to this. Son asked if we could have this again. This is a keeper in the good ole recipe box! Try it tell me what you thought!