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30 Meatloaf Recipes + Surprise Bonus Inside
Find your traditional All-American meal in 30, delicious varieties. From vegetable filled, to cheese-burger, from glazed to cajun, the meatloaves in this recipe book are packed with lively, mouthwatering flavors.
Whether filled with bread crumbs, crackers, rolled oats, or mashed potatoes, whether with or without eggs, whether beef, buffalo or turkey based, the recipes in the following pages will blow away your family and dinner guests.
Rumor has it that these extraordinarily filling meals were invented by Italian immigrants in the United States, who decided to stop rolling individual meatballs. Others say they date back to 17th century Roman cookbooks. But it was during the Great Depression in the United States that this dinner-staple gained its popularity.
There is a reason that they’ve remained so popular. They are protein filled, budget friendly, and never seize to satisfy. Follow the step by step directions and their accompanying nutrition information in the pages that follow to 30, unforgettable dinners.
Never go a day of the week without a different meatloaf waiting to please your palate!
Pick up your copy of "30 Meatloaf Recipes" by Cheerful Chef today and impress your friends and family with a delicious meal...
I grew up with 'meatloaf'. It was often served as a midweek roast when I was a child in the 1950s and I thought everyone ate it! I later discovered that it's an American influenced dish. Most British don't make 'loaf' from minced meat.
I'd urge you to give it a go. It's so easy, it's nutritious and it's relatively inexpensive. I love a basic meatloaf. A pound or so of good minced beef, seasoning, fresh herbs, bound with an egg, coated with flour and roasted along with potatoes. I've looked through the recipes here and found a number inspirational. Blue cheese! Yummy, that's one I'm going to try. Plus one with gherkins. There's no excuse for using ready made food when cheap and nutritious meals for a family can be made at relatively low cost. I like this book and it's one I'm happy to recommend.