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weldonBBQ
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23 06 8:45 am    Post subject: Smoked Meatloaf Reply with quote

I've posted this in the general bbq forum, several times.
It's real popular around this house, so, if anybody is looking for a really simple recipe for smoked meatloaf, here is a our version done on a pellet smoker:
BBQ Meat Loaf
1 1/2 # grd beef + 3/4 # pork sausage
1 C Itailian Bread Crumbs
1 oinion diced
1 egg beaten
2 tbs salt
3-4 shakes of Tabasco
1 can of pizza sauce (12 oz)
1/4 C vinegar
3 tb brown sugar
2 tb brown mustard
2 tb Worcestershire

Set smoker to smoke setting after initial warm-up. Smoke for 1 (ish) hour.
Increase smoker to cook/medium. Cook for 1 hour, remove when internal temp is 160 deg.
Cover w foil and set for 10 minutes.......EAT!
This is what my version looks like:


Enjoy!
Weldon
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28 06 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I see a change or 2 there Weldon.
Still tweakin' huh?
For all of you reading this post, I made this & it turned out very good. I'm gonna make a few tweaks as well & keep trying it. That's the beauty of it!




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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28 06 12:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I mixed up a pretty large batch of meatloaf from my Aunts recipe a few weeks back. Hers is very good regularly so I figured it would be even better on the smoker. Only problem is she didnt have the amount of ground beef in the recipe...just 80/20 ground beef. Thats where I messed up. What I used was 3 pounds of 75/25 ground beef and a pound of ground pork, then followed the rest of the recipe as she had written it. It was very good....just not as good as she made it (is it ever really as good as you remember it being when you were a kid?).
I just need to adjust the amounts in the recipe.

Funny part is...my Mom was harping on me to "just put it in the oven", It turned out that I had more than I thought I was going to have so I told her, " I'll put mine in the smoker...you put the rest in the oven and we shall see which one tastes better". After the taste test she said "You know...yours is better" Smile

I love it when my smoker wins out over the oven. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28 06 10:26 pm    Post subject: meatloaf Reply with quote

BRONCOSTU:
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Still tweakin' huh?....... That's the beauty of it!

It is, indeed.
Very Happy

wnkt:
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I love it when my smoker wins out over the oven.

I'm with you. The only thing I can't do in the smoker is bake a cake. But then, who needs that anyway? Rolling Eyes

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