When fall rolls around I normally start looking for recipes that require baking. But those ways are slowly changing. Now with today’s plethora of tabletop and small appliances you can bake all year long. Turn on your toaster oven, Instant Pot, or slow cooker and you can even cook meatloaf recipes all year long.
These recipes are great for a hearty dinner! The best part about meatloaf for dinner is the leftovers. Nothing beats a good meatloaf sandwich on white bread.
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When you have ground meat of any kind there is a good chance you can turn it into meatloaf.
You don’t have to stick to just beef when cooking a meatloaf. So many meatloaf recipes can be made with turkey, pork, sausage, or even ground chicken.
Besides being delicious, these meatloaf recipes are easy. You can put all of the ingredients in one bowl, mix, add to your loaf pan and bake.
Meatloaf Making Tips:
Meatloaf is classic comfort food that is also a budget stretcher. You can use the leftovers for sandwiches and even crumble them for quick soups or stews.
Besides being delicious, this turkey meatloaf recipe is so easy. You can put all of the ingredients in one bowl, mix, add to your loaf pan and bake. This recipe is sure to become a new family favorite.
Here’s another great tip: While you are making one meatloaf recipe, you may as well double it. Bake one and freeze one. Or better yet bake two and use the extra for sandwiches as a meal later in the week or for lunches.
Meatloaf Storage Tips:
You can make your meatloaf ahead of time and store it covered in the refrigerator for two to three days before baking.
You can also freeze an uncooked meatloaf to bake at a later time. Thaw and bake as directed.
Store your leftover meatloaf in the refrigerator for up to four to five days and use it for sandwiches or even crumble to use as pizza toppings or casserole ingredients.
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