This delicious meatloaf is practically "no fail"! Give it a try, you'll love the flavors and the easy-to-make preparation. Great for family meals or when you have close friends over for a simple dinner.
A Timeless Classic
by R. Rita
, Detroit, MI on Jun. 2010
This is the recipe my stepmother used. It was good then, and I'm sure it's good now. When I was younger, I did not care for cooking it with ketchup. Now I think it is okay.
Best Meatloaf I've Tried
by S. Stefy
, Greene, NY on Apr. 2009
I have tried many meatloaf recipes, some good, some not so good. This one is the best I've tried. My husband's favorite meal is meatloaf. I think he'll want this kind from now on.
by l. loretta
, pittsburgh, PA on Mar. 2009
i made this meat loaf for my husbands birthday and invited my sister and husband everyone injoyed it even my youngest son who doesnt like meat loaf thank you
by J. Joan
, Kent, WA on Mar. 2009
I haven't made meatloaf for a few years as no one in my family likes it. I live alone now and had a craving for meatloaf. Found this recipe and made it only I left out the dry milk, water and ketchup and instead used 1/4 cup sour cream beaten thorougly with the eggs. It was still moist and tasty.
Moist & Tasty
by C. Carol
, Sherman, TX on Jan. 2009
Made this recipe for a comfort meal for family members that had to work all weekend like me, but made ahead of time. Put in the oven, and added some vegetables to serve aside, and voila, a good comfort meal for family. Changed a few of items...no green peppers, sauteed the onions lightly before adding, and used tomato sauce instead of ketchup. Either way, a good traditional comfort meal. Thank you VeryBest Baking!
by R. Rhonda
, Gatesville, TX on Nov. 2008
I made this last night for supper. It was moist and delicious. My husband eat so much his stomach ached. Then we had meatloaf sandwiches for lunch today. You cannot go wrong with food that good when you bake it and still delicious for lunch leftover sandwiches the next day. Thank you.
The Best Metloaf
by V. Vilma
, ST/JOSEPH, WA on Apr. 2008
I made this meatloaf last night,my son and husband wants me to make it again tonight.Need i say more!!!!
by C. CARLA
, COLDSPRING, TX on Feb. 2008
this one was almost like the one i fixed. I just use can of speggetta sause instead of tomatoe sause and ketcup. it was great too. added garlic too
by R. Richard
, NIXA, MO on Feb. 2008
I made this for my wife Janet last night and was totally surprised. We bothed liked this very well, it was a little greasy but I consider that my fault for using 80/20 ground meat, so use leaner meat for this recipe.
by J. Jasmine
, JAMAICA ESTATES, NY on Feb. 2008
this was a very easy and great recipe. i loved it and it took no time to prepare.
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