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Easy Layered Italian Meatloaf

Easy Layered Italian Meatloaf recipe
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Our Easy Layered Italian Meatloaf has everything you love about lasagna except the noodles—and the hassle.
10 min
45 min
6 servings
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It was a simple recipe to follow and very easy to prepare. It's a great week night dinner, just add a salad and dinner is done.
My husband loved this meatloaf. He said I should make it when we have the whole family over for dinner. I used half a pound of ground sausage and ground meat. I think next time I'll use less Oregano and add my own spices. Also the recipe makes way more than 6 servings. It was great!
Question- I prefer the taste of Pork and so I would like to use ground Pork instead of Beef. Does anyone know what the temp and time would be for that? Has anyone tried that? Thanks.
I changed a few things, I used half spaggetti sauce and half hot salsa, also added cup of onion &cup of celery, used cornbread dressing and doubled the cheese. I guess you could say I made a totaly different meatloaf, but it sure was good!!!! try it folks you won't be sorry. oh ya, i omitted the oregano too. it's just me but I would sooner eat dirt. not much diff. but the dirt has better texture.
This was very tastey! I was worried about the Italian flavor, but it still tasted like meatloaf. Just better!
My husband gave this recipe a "thumbs up". This means that it is "keeper". I may try adding a little garlic to the meat mixture next time.
My husband liked it, but I did not care for it nor did my three boys. I won't be making it again.
I was curious about this recipe because I have never cooked a meatloaf in such a short time. I tried it last night and added an egg to the recipe, cut down on the oregano and added garlic, sage, thyme and rosemary. After 25 minutes in the oven, it was not cooked enough so I left it in 15-20 minutes longer (about 40-45 minutes total), then uncovered it, added the cheese and cooked it 10 minutes more. It was pretty good. My husband loved it. I'll probably make again.
Very moist and tasty meatloaf and so simple to make. Thanks!
I made this for a potluck. Friends said it was "OK", but my husband asked me not to make it again. I thought that it was good. It was easy to make, even in an RV.
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