It's been a while since I've done a recipe post, but this one was soooo good that I had to share it straight away! I found this recipe in The Thirfty Kitchen, which I bought the other day as a result of this recipe recommendation from Kirsty.
I don't think I've ever actually made meatloaf before - mainly because every one I've eaten has been dry and bland. This one is certainly not - full of old fashioned ingredients like curry powder and worcestershire sauce - and it is glazed with the most yummy sauce. It's also not cooked in a loaf pan resulting in a lovely sticky crust all the way around. Easy, tasty and makes enough for lunches the next day - you can find the recipe here. I used 1kg of beef mince instead of the sausage mince, and didn't have an egg and it worked fine! I served it with mashed spud and corn on the cob - old school and delish!
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