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Brown Sugar Meatloaf


1 1/2 Pounds Of Lean Fat Free Ground Beef
3/4 Cup Of Garlic Croutons
1/2 Cup Of Heinz Original Ketchup
1 Small Diced Vidalia Onion
1/2 Cup Of Firm Packed Brown Sugar
1/4 Teaspoon Of Fresh Ground Black Pepper
2 Fresh Whole Eggs
3/4 Cup Of 2% Milk
1 Teaspoon Of Teriyaki Sauce
1 1/2 Teaspoons Of Table Salt
1 Pinch Of Dried Basil
1 Pinch Of Cayenne Pepper
1/4 Teaspoon Of Ground Ginger


To start out with this excellent brown sugar meatloaf recipe, you should preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or roughly 175 degrees Celsius. Next up, take out a large mixing bowl, and add in the lean ground beef, garlic croutons, half of the Heinz ketchup, diced Vidalia onion, brown sugar, and all the remaining ingredients, and mix them all together. You will want to mix the ingredients manually with your bare clean hands. Be sure to soak up all of the ingredients with the meat, aiming to get an even distribution of seasonings throughout the meat. Once you have a nice firm oval shaped meatloaf, you will need to take out a baking ban, and grease it thoroughly. Once your pan is greased, place the meatloaf into the center of this pan, and coat it with the rest of the Heinz Original Ketchup. Slide the pan into the oven, and let it bake for about an hour. You will want to bake a toothpick into the meat, and when you can eventually pull it out without having any residue on it, that means your meatloaf is done. Let the meatloaf cool for about 5 to 10 minutes, and serve it up with mashed potatoes, boiled peas, and a nice dark stout beer.

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