GaLoaf

 Mike’s Favorite Food.  It took a few years to narrow down to this.

GaLoaf

Galos Style Meatloaf

Preheat oven to 350°

(Amounts are already doubled for your conveyance)

Flavorings Loaf Topping
1………………… Onion, medium 2………………… Eggs 4 slices………. Bacon
1………………… Bell Pepper 1 lbs…………… Chuck, ground 1 can…………. Tomatoes, crushed
4 stalk………… Celery 1 lbs…………… Pork, ground 2 TBS…………. Vinegar
1/3 cup……… Parsley 1/2 lbs……….. Veal or lamb,  ground 1 tsp………….. Cumin, ground
2 TBS…………. Garlic 1/2 cup……… Catsup 1 tsp………….. Worcestershire
1 TBS…………. Paprika 1/2 cup……… Ritz crackers
1 tsp………….. Mustard, dry 1/4 cup……… Oat, quick
1 tsp………….. Onion Powder 1/4 cup……… Worcestershire
………………….. Salt and  pepper to taste
  1. Chop bacon and brown  in microwave.
  2. Beat eggs like you  would for scrambled eggs in a large mixing bowl (hand or machine).
  3. Clean and chop:  Onions, Celery, Bell Pepper & Parsley.  Put all of the veggies as well as  the rest of the Flavorings into the egg mixing bowl.
  4. Crush the Ritz Crackers  with your hand, leaving a few larger chunks and add to the mixing bowl.
  5. Break up the meat  packages a little as you add all of them to the mixing bowl.
  6. Add the rest of the  Loaf ingredients to the mixing bowl and mix, either by hand or machine, but  do not over mix.  Shape the mixture in a rough loaf shape.
  7. Gently place meat  mixture on a rack on a lined baking dish.
  8. In the same or  different bowl, mix all the topping ingredients together and poor over loaf.
  9. Bake at 350 until  internal temperature reaches 150, about an hour.
Ideas to try:
Bake in Muffin Tins
Add sour cream
Add Carrots / mushrooms
Add potatoes
Add Beef Bouillon granules
Add Lemon Juice
Panko
Anything that comes in a packet inside  a pizza box
Tarragon, thyme and parsley

Allspice, marjoram and paprika

Thyme, rosemary, and parsley

Ginger, soy Mix the loaf a LOT.  What is the diff  between mix a little by hand or little by machine?

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5 thoughts on “GaLoaf

  1. Brandy,

    Thanks!

    I didn’t have as complete a recipe. I will add the Worchestershire and crackers and celery in your honor! Patricia

    Patricia Thorp pthorp@thorpco.com 305.608.6668

    On Feb 20, 2014, at 3:05 PM, Brandy Galos <comment-reply@wordpress.com> wrote:

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