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    Default Easy, Quick Tasty Receipe

    I learned this from Co-worker so it is not my creation and I also
    have to say it is one of the very, very few receipes that I have
    not "doctered" in some way----

    Canned Corned Beef Cooked with Sliced Cabbage

    one can corned beef
    One head cabbage sliced VERY thinnly
    salad or olive oil once or twice around the pan
    Tabasco about three good shakes or to taste

    Fry the cabbage in the oil. Add the cornned beef and fry
    breaking it all apart and mixing togather. Add the shakes of Tabasco.

    Hope you try it and enjoy it.
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    Have you thought about freezer cooking?? You can try that on days when you feel
    you have enough energy to cook, and then on days you don't just pull something
    out of the freezer to thaw and heat up. There are some great freezer cooking
    sites on the web. Some ideas that I do are
    basic ground beef ( browned and put into separate containers) is good for
    spaghetti, and other recipes calling for ground beef.
    I also make a large amount of sloppy joes and freeze the meat. I do the same for
    tacos, vegetable soup, lasagna, pancakes, muffins, sausage biscuits, roasts,
    Don't try to freeze anything with milk though it tends to separate, i.e.otato
    soup does not freeze well.
    Also you could try to fix your main course earlier in the day and then just
    reheat in the evening adding vegetable and salad.
    I done the freezer cooking and fixing the main course early during all 3 of my
    pregnancy. I had morning, noon and night sickness LOL and found this method very
    very helpful.
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    Re: Budget101.com : Quick Dinners



    I make my meatloaves in muffin pans. Cooks in half an hour and children think
    they're cute so they eat them better.
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    Re: Budget101.com : Quick Dinners - Meatloaf recipes?



    Sounds interesting... what's your Meatloaf recipe? My mom never
    made Meatloaf as a child, so I don't really know what goes in it...
    hamburger and breadcrumbs?? Tell me more!

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    RE: Budget101.com : Quick Dinners - Meatloaf recipes?/Dava



    Mom's Meat Loaf

    2 Eggs
    3/4 Cup Milk
    2/3 Cup Finely Crushed Saltines
    1/2 Cup Chopped Onion
    1 Teaspoon Salt
    1/2 Teaspoon Rubbed Sage
    Dash Pepper
    1-1/2 Pounds Lean Ground Beef
    1 Cup Ketchup
    1/2 Cup Packed Brown Sugar
    1 Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce

    In a large bowl, beat eggs. Add milk, saltines, onion, salt, sage and
    pepper. Add beef and mix well. Shape into an 8-1/2-in. x 4-1/2-in. loaf in
    an ungreased shallow backing pan. Combine remaining ingredients; spread 3/4
    cup over meat loaf. Bake at 350* for 60-65 minutes or until no pink remains;
    drain. Let stand 10 minutes. Serve with remaining sauce. Yield 6-8 servings.

    (I usually pour the remaining on top the last 10 minutes of baking. I have
    found that baking it in a shallow dish instead of a loaf pan help pull the
    grease off of it so you don't have soggy greasy meatloaf.)

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    THANKS! Can't wait to try!!!
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    I'm not the one you asked, but maybe my suggestions can help you with ideas.
    I start with ground beef. I mix enough to make several meetloafs -- so I
    usually start with a 5 pound tube shaped package of ground beef. I never
    use breadcrumbs as I never have those. I bake, uncovered, and removing any
    fat that cooks off. Before putting it in the oven, I pour a layer of BBQ
    sauce over the top, and add more as it cooks. The end result is a thick
    sticky BBQ glaze similar to what BBQ ribs have. If you dont like BBQ sause,
    use tomato sauce or katchup or whatever you do like.

    I end up with about 8 pounds of meatloaf after everything is mixed in. I
    divide in half, freeze half for another time, and cook half. This gives me
    enough for dinner for 2 people, plus 4-5 lunches. If you wanted you could
    cook both and freez the cooked meatloaf for later. OR you could make
    several smaller ones instead of one larger........ Meatloafs are so
    flexible you can do almost anything.

    WITH 5 LBS GROUND BEEF --

    Things I always add---

    3 large onions OR 4-5 small ones
    1/4 cup tablespoons chopped garlic
    1/4 cup salt
    2 tablespoons pepper
    1/4 cup oregano flakes
    1/4 cup parsley flakes
    4-5 eggs
    2 cups grated raw potatos -- scrubbed with skins left on

    Things I add -- depends on what I have and whats on sale-----

    chopped bell pepper
    corn
    grated raw carrots
    cut green beans
    chopped tomatos -- with any juice that comes with them
    brocoli -- chopped really small
    almost any fresh or frozen veggie -- except leafy lettuce or spinach type
    veggies
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    Re: MEATLOAF RECIPIES




    Favorite things to add instead of breadcrumbs( or with if you have
    them)
    rolled oats
    bulgar
    cracker crumbs
    sliced bread torn and crumbled
    corn flake crumbs
    grits (these are really good)
    cream of wheat
    cornmeal

    also I have found with my kids if I grate even just the tiniest
    amount of cheese into it and call it "cheeseburger meatloaf" that I
    never have to ask twice for them to eat it.....lol....who knew?
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