Dutch Reyveld Recipe

Dutch's EASY-EASY Meatloaf

By Dutch Reyveld Dutchr


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I'm only posting this to pass on a trick I discovered and have been using.

Ingredients

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recipe you like to use for meatloaf
1 pkg
pork rinds

Directions Step-By-Step

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Make a Meatloaf to your favorite recipe, omitting any bread or cracker crumbs.
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Crush the pork rinds in a Ziplock bag w/ a rolling pin until they're coarse powder.
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Substitute the crushed pork rind for whatever you used as your binder. Same consistency as what you normally make.
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Either bake it in an oven or do as I did, use a greased stoneware Bundt pan and into the microwave for 15~17min on high, checking at the 3/4 mark for doneness. You can use a food thermometer or an old Chef's trick if you like. Stick a BBQ stick/skewer into the center and quickly put it under your lower lip. If it's HOT, you're most likely done. You can always stick it back in for a minute or two.
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The reason for this method? I have a buddy that loves meatloaf. He does NOT like breading or crackers of any kind in it. I told him "You HAVE to have some binder to help it hold together". I agonized and then a light bulb flashed!!! :-) You can't tell that pork rind is in there. Holds well and slices fine for those wonderful fried in butter thin slices for sandwiches the next day. So your arteries scream! So WHAT! :-)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Meatloafs
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #easy, #microwave

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28 Comments

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Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL
Jul 25, 2012
Hi Dutch, I make a pritty good meat loaf, But my son makes one to die for. I'm going to see if I an top his with this recipe.
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Dutch Reyveld Dutchr
Nov 3, 2011
Yes, Sheri...You can use your PC Bundt Pan in your micro wave...I make cakes that way...
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Sheri Roach ByeByeGluten
Nov 3, 2011
Yes! I did spring for the Pampered Chef one (got it through a friend who deals that stuff) but had also found a Paula Deen ceramic one at WalMart that was also microwaveable and much cheaper. Was just a little concerned about the glaze on the cheaper one since it was imported, so went with PC. Hope to try it soon.
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Dutch Reyveld Dutchr
Nov 3, 2011
Do you mean a stoneware Bundt pan, Sheri?
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Dutch Reyveld Dutchr
Nov 3, 2011
Thanx! Hope you enjoy them...