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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
9/13/2006
I substituted turkey for ground beef and added diced sweet onion, red & green pepper and 1- ea tbs olive oil and ketchup.
posted:
9/13/2006
I love this version of meatloaf. It has so much flavor! I will never make the plain old meatloaf again! Thanks Kraft!
posted:
9/13/2006
The meat kept it's shape with all of the stuffing in it, however I think there was too much oregano in the recipe. Maybe the combination of the oregano and the seasoning already in the stuffing did not "blend" really well together. We just didn't care for the flavor at all.
posted:
9/13/2006
The recipe had little flavor since there wasn't any seasonings (salt, pepper, wochestershire sauce, etc.) in the recipe and meat was not done in the time alloted. I had to bake it an additional 15 minutes. My family did not like it at all and I would not make this recipe again.
posted:
9/12/2006
This easy layered Italian meatloaf is not good at all! Too much sodium in it, too much sauce and why do you need all of that stuffing in it. I used half of the stuffing, half of sauce and add a little more meat. I love the name and can't you used low soduim sauce? that is why I am going to do the next time I make this. If you like a alot of bread in your meatloaf, then this is a good recipe for meatloaf
posted:
9/12/2006
I will make this again. Next time I will use less sauce. I needed to cook the meatloaf in the oven 10-15 min. longer then said in recipe
posted:
9/12/2006
This recipe was very flavorful!!! I loved it! My only suggestion is that you do not make your loaf too thick. I made a traditional style loaf- center was about 3 inches thick- after being in the oven 45 min, I had to "smash" it down to get it to cook. It took about 90 min to fully cook! The picture shown doesn't do it any justice- there is no way you could make it that thick and cook it for only 35 min.
posted:
9/11/2006
This recipe is quick and easy. My teenage daughter is very picky. She wanted seconds.
posted:
9/9/2006
I made this receipe with turkey (ground instead of beef) And I will like to say that thank you for this superb idea. I will also like to know the calorie and fat and fiber content change to be listed since I did use turkey meat the ratio was 85/15 leanto fat
posted:
9/4/2006
This is very good... unlike regular meat loaf it is moist enough that you don't need to cover it in catsup to eat. My fiance is not big on meatloaf, but he loved it! I definitely recommend it!
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