I realized that I have not posted any beef recipes yet, so here is my first. I don't eat a lot of beef but I have a couple of recipes coming up for all of you steak and ground meat lovers.
I subscribe to a lot cooking magazines and have a lot of cookbooks so don't fear that I may run out of recipes any year soon.
I cut this recipe in half.
This recipe is actually very easy and easy to time to have it all ready at the same time.
First thing I did was grate the cheddar.
A regular old box grater will work.
Next you need to get your egg. But, how do you only use half an egg?
It is very simple, get your whisk
and whisk it all up. Once you have it combined you can pour in half of the egg and then save the other half to fry up with your dog's dinner.
grab some honey mustard (or combine 1 part mustard to 1 part honey)
gotta be Heinz!!
get those two combined together to make your glaze for the mini loaf.
If you don't have Panko breadcrumbs you can use regular breadcrumbs. Panko are the latest food fad and are used a lot as breading in Asian dishes.
so into the bowl goes your egg, breadcrumbs, cheese and some salt and pepper.
mix it up with your hands and form it into a mini loaf on a cookie sheet. Get your hands washed and grab your potatoes.
get them washed and quartered
drizzle them with olive oil, salt and some garlic powder. Add whatever seasonings you like.
get them all mixed up and spread them on a cookie sheet. I put the potatoes in at this point while I finished the loaf.
I got my glaze and a brush. If you don't have a brush a butter knife will work.
once it is covered with the ketchup and mustard mix sprinkle it with the remaining white cheddar. Put it in the oven, you will start smelling this glorious thing very quickly.
While the loaf cooks get your salad fixings out. Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinegar and some more of the honey mustard.
I didn't have any Boston lettuce so I used spinach. I promise this photo was taken before the "enjoy by" date. I have meals queued up to share with you guys.
yin and yang
drop in your honey mustard and mix it up
dress the greens and set them aside until your meat and potatoes are ready.
This thing smelled so amazing I could barely wait to eat it. I let it rest for 5 minutes while the potatoes finished up.
serve it all up and enjoy!
The meat loaf was so incredibly good I did not finish the potatoes. It was so moist I am guessing you could do this with ground turkey or chicken. This is definitely on my list of things to have again and again!