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Old 05-16-2010, 02:51 PM   #31
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Anybody ever try this?

1lb ground beef
1 egg per pound
1 can chicken noodle soup per pound
corn flakes added to consistency
salt/pepper to taste

I have also tried this with Tony Chachere's in the mix, turned out well.

This was my Grandmother's recipe that she claims was on the back of a cornflake box when she was a kid. It has turned into our "family" meatloaf.

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Old 05-18-2010, 04:51 PM   #32
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Spent grains are kind of like oatmeal... Has anyone ever made spent grain meatloaf?
No but that really is a good idea. If I brew again sometime, I'll have to try it.

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Anybody ever try this?

1lb ground beef
1 egg per pound
1 can chicken noodle soup per pound
corn flakes added to consistency
salt/pepper to taste

I have also tried this with Tony Chachere's in the mix, turned out well.

This was my Grandmother's recipe that she claims was on the back of a cornflake box when she was a kid. It has turned into our "family" meatloaf.
Very simple idea. I like it. Sometimes I go crazy making meatloaf, and I should give a recipe like this a shot.
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Old 05-18-2010, 06:48 PM   #33
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No but that really is a good idea. If I brew again sometime, I'll have to try it.



Very simple idea. I like it. Sometimes I go crazy making meatloaf, and I should give a recipe like this a shot.
Mashloaf. Intuitively, I don't think this will make a good loaf. I am very interested in hearing how this turns out, though. I'm wrong often.
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Old 12-20-2010, 04:10 AM   #34
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I think I will try that horseradish meatloaf recipe tonight.
How did it turn out? Thinking of trying it out.
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Old 02-20-2014, 01:44 AM   #35
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I found this recipe recently...its a great use for cooking with homebrew

http://nomilknosoynoproblem.com/beer...rger-meatloaf/

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I was thinking the same thing while reading through this thread. Add about 1C of coursly ground dried spent grains in place of the bread crumbs,etc. They should soak up the juices nicely. I'm gonna have to try it out soon.

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Old 02-20-2014, 10:05 PM   #37
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I found this recipe recently...its a great use for cooking with homebrew

http://nomilknosoynoproblem.com/beer...rger-meatloaf/

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"Found" on your wife's blog. Seems a bit like blogspam
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My nothing fancy, but enormously satisfying, meatloaf is:

1 lb. ground beef
2 eggs
1 package dry onion soup mix
16 crushed saltine crackers
One blop of BBQ sauce (probably about 1/4 to 1/3 cup)
3/4 cup water

Mix thoroughly and bake in a loaf pan at 350 for 70 minutes.

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"Found" on your wife's blog. Seems a bit like blogspam
Sorry...not trying to blogspam. It's a fuzzy line between promoting/supporting your wife and genuinely sharing a great recipe for meatloaf.

All bets aside, it is pretty fantastic and I'd share it no matter where it came from.
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Old 02-21-2014, 03:47 AM   #40
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Here is generally what I do without amounts (you can scale it for you size recipe).

Chop up and render off some bacon and reserve the bits. Chop course carrot, onion and celery then blend up until a paste in a blender. Sauté paste in bacon fat. Add tomato paste and garlic until garlic is fragrant. Add thyme and oregano. Cool mixture and mix with a 2:1 mixture of beef and pork along with the bacon. Add bread crumbs, lean and perons sauce and eggs. S&P too

I like to form mine into about 1/2 lb mini football loafs (more surface area for the crusty goodness) and put them on rack on a baking sheet.

Graze with a mix of catchup,soy sauce, cumin, brown sugar and lean and parons sauce.

Bake at 400F and then broil to crust up the top at the end.

The size works out nice for individual servings and can be cut up and pan seared the next day for sandos.


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