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Add more eggs and bread crumbs and don't over work the meat will
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Posted to Thread #29831 at 10:03 am on Sep 1, 2017
help that along. Bake in a loaf pan (not free form).
Using a mixture of veal, pork and beef also makes a light meatloaf.
This recipe from the Food Lab (he's really reliable, IMO) might do it.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29831. request from my ds for his b-day dinner.... "fluffy" meatloaf. Any suggestions? [NT] - barb_b - 9:39am on 09/01/17 (9)
- Add more eggs and bread crumbs and don't over work the meat will - Charley - 10:03am on 09/01/17
- I add hot Italian sausage without casing - pmassell_93 - 10:35am on 09/01/17
- I keep a tightly wrapped loaf of Pepperidge Farms Farmhouse Hearty White Bread in my freezer... - Michael in Phoenix - 10:41am on 09/01/17
- Oh definitely fresh bread crumbs for meat loaf--and anything else basically. - Charley - 3:24pm on 09/01/17
- I second. Yes, don't overwork the meat! (nt) [NT] - mistral - 1:35pm on 09/01/17
- This is now my go to mealloaf recipe. It fits the "fluffy" criteria. Thanks Karen of NoCal. [NT] [LINK] - Sylvia - 10:24am on 09/01/17
- Thanks! I used all your suggestions and applied to Karen's rec posted by Sylvia - barb_b - 8:53am on 09/02/17
- Done now but another way to get a "fluffy" (maybe read "tender") is to use ground turkey. [NT] - Charley - 12:26pm on 09/02/17
- Hey Barb, late to the party, but knowing your hub's ancestry... - Richard in Cincy - 11:07pm on 09/10/17