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Family Classic Meatloaf

Family Classic Meatloaf recipe
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There's a reason it's a classic! It's a meatloaf the whole family will love—and if you're busy, you'll love it, too. (Prep time: 10 minutes.)
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
3/31/2011
With 780 mg of sodium in each serving, this doesn't seem to be very heart healthy.
posted:
3/17/2011
I added garlic and pepper to the sauce. Very good. Everyone that tried it said the same thing, simple yet tasty. It was a hit.
posted:
3/1/2011
The sauce was delicious and simple as was the meatloaf. One thing I may change next time is to go down to half a box of stuffing because I found it a little too "bread-y". But that is definitely an opinion of taste(s).
posted:
1/30/2011
This is one for the recipe box. I have made this several times now & my family loves it.
posted:
1/4/2011
Simple and delicious! I did substitute BBQ sauce for the chili sauce. Will definitely make again.
posted:
12/17/2010
When I told my husband I was making meatloaf he grumbled. But when I served this one up he went back for seconds, and even asked me to send it with him to work the next day! The kids loved it, too! I used cheap 73/27 ground beef, fresh onion & fresh celery, no thyme, lower sodium Stuffing Mix & Heart Healthy Tomato Soup, and just added chili powder seasoning.
posted:
11/19/2010
Not sure if I'll be making this again...I might find something better before then. It was basic meatloaf: basic texture (though quite firm the second and third day), basic flavor, maybe even a little out there (I think it was the sauce that threw it off, or the distinct breadiness of the stuffing). I don't know, I think I can do better.
posted:
10/14/2010
Nothing special. 2 stars?
posted:
10/13/2010
Very good flavor but was a little dry. I used 96% lean, will use 90% next time to see how that goes. Leftovers made great sandwiches.....a good simple to make meatloaf....
posted:
10/6/2010
I don't know what I did wrong, since most of the reveiws were good. Instead of the tomato soup,I used tamato paste since my husband prefers that on meatloaf. Instead of using a loaf pan, I formed it into one in a 9x13. Juices kept running out during cooking time and I had to cook it 30 min. longer because it still wasn't done. Afterall, my husband said it didn't taste like meatloaf at all and didn't like it. I didn't care for it much either. I'm still looking for that one great meatloaf recipe.
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