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Meatloaf of Filet Mignon by CHIPS26

post #1 of 18
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Meatloaf of Filet Mignon by CHIPS26


I must of made this one 8 too 10 times, humm humm great thumbsup :D

Meatloaf of Filet Mignon by CHIPS26 aka Sarah



- 1 lb of hamburger meat

- 1/2 lb of minced pork

- 2 to 3 garlic cloves (finely minced)

- 1 medium oignon (finely minced)

- 1 tablespoon of butter

- 2 slices of white bread (cut in small cubes)

- 2 eggs (light ly beaten)

- 2 tablespoon of parsley

- 1 tablespoon worcestershcire sauce

- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper

- 1 and 1/2 teaspoon of salt

- 2 tablespoons of ketchup

- 2 tablespoons of bbq sauce

- 2 tablespoons of cider vinagar

- 2 slices of bacon


How to proceed :

Cook the oignon & garlic in a saucepan with some butter untill tender.

In a large bowl, mix together the bread witht a bit of milk.


Add the other ingredient, (the oignons also) except the 4 last ingredients & mix
together.




Put in the fridge for aprox 2 hours for the mixture too harden a bit.


On a cookie sheet, shape your me loaf.


In a bowl, mix ketchup bbq sauce and vinagar. equally mix on
the meatloaf.

Place the 2 bacons strips on the meatloaf.


Cook in the oven at 400F(200C) for aprox 45 minutes( 20 to 45 min( it depends of your oven)).
post #2 of 18
Where does the filet mignon come in? Is the name referring to the high quality fancy nature of the meatloaf or are you suggesting to grind up a perfectly good piece of meat when a cheaper meat will give more flavor ground up and will be a lot cheaper?
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post #3 of 18
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Hi

I found the name for Chips26 meatloaf, she is a friend of mine, she gave me 6 meatloaf recipes, all 6 are winners.


You use the meat I wrote down, NO you do not use filet mignon.

If you had seen the picture of this great meatloaf you would understand ( sorry I am looking for it, its in my computer ).


You would feel more than fine serving this to your guests, its amazing.
post #4 of 18
So which is it? 1 or 1/2?
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post #5 of 18
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1.5 ................
post #6 of 18
That's a lot of salt.:D
post #7 of 18
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Personally, I do not put any salt :D

I barely use salt :)
post #8 of 18
Then WHY post a recipe with so much salt? You say you have made the dish quite a few times, yet you don't say that you don't add salt...

:rolleyes:
post #9 of 18
When I first read the title, my heart jumped because I thought we would be grinding perfectly good tenderloin meat.

You could perhaps do this with your tenderloins scraps though...
post #10 of 18
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Hi

I understand, but this is one of the best meatloafs you will ever eat, I've modified it with lamb, and lebanese makannick sausages, the results are always as amazing :D

Enjoy


Cheers
post #11 of 18
It sounds like a good meatloaf, though I would probably give it a different name, as it is a little misleading.
post #12 of 18
Thread Starter 
My friend Chips26 wanted a name she liked that name :)


I'm still trying too find that picture, then you will understand, it looks exactly like a filet mignon :)
post #13 of 18
How on earth can minced meat look like a solid fillet?

Sorry, but if your friend wants to name it as Liver and Onions, it still wouldn't be the correct terminology.;)
post #14 of 18
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Hi

I cant find the picture :(

The picture says it all :)


Let me email her, maybe she still has it :)
post #15 of 18
Don't go to any trouble on my account. I don't cook meatloaf... ever.
post #16 of 18

Meatloaf of Filet Mignon

Ninja, thank you for taking the time posting your recipes. I personally don't care for meatloaf but I'm sure there are some that love it. I'm glad you enjoyed your recipe so much but I would rethink the name and maybe, since you modified it, rename it...Ninja's Favorite Meatloaf. I applaud you for taking a recipe and modifying it, that's what cooking is all about, not putting fancy names to it but being excited about it.
post #17 of 18
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Hi

You are welcome, I really love this one :), I know its not everyone who likes meatloafs, I respect that in every way :)

As for the name, its my friends that decided it, I respect her wishes :)


You are right, modyfing a recipe is what cooking is all about :)


Have a nice day :)
post #18 of 18
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I cannot find the darn picture:confused:

When I make it again, I will take a picture, or ask my friend to email me one;)


Have a nice everning everyone:)
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