Stop what you’re doing right now, grab a pound of ground round, and get to crackin’ on this magnificent meatloaf recipe. Seriously, folks, this meatloaf is to die for. One bit, and you’ll be sold for life. The real fun begins when you catch a whiff of this savory meat concoction wafting through the halls of your home while it cooks. Mmmm! We can taste it now! I know that when I was a kid my mother would often make this same meatloaf and my sisters and I could literally smell it from outside when we got off the school bus. It was a heavenly aroma!
Covered in a zesty sauce, the inside of this loaf is moist and meaty, perfect for any family dinner night. Make it a truly hearty meal when paired with golden mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, and hot Pillsbury crescent rolls. You can always add dessert but you probably won’t have room because you’ll be stuffed full of meatloaf.
Yes, you will have seconds. Shoot, you might even have thirds if your family members haven’t gobbled this meaty goodness all up beforehand. This meatloaf recipe is nothing less than impressive and I’m sure you’ll be making it for years to come. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Real Life Dinner.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t want to use fresh onions or don’t have them on-hand you can use dried onions or even an envelope of Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix. If you opt for the latter just cut down on the salt you add to the recipe.