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Nana's Top Secret Meatloaf Recipe

Not all meatloaf recipes were created equal. If you're looking for the best of the best in easy meatloaf recipes, all you need is Nana's Top Secret Meatloaf Recipe. With boiled eggs baked right into the loaf, this isn't your ordinary meatloaf. Nana has been making this dish for years and swears by it, so why not give this ground beef recipe a shot and see what your family thinks? It's sure to convince even the pickiest of eaters that meatloaf is a delicious dinner dish!

  • 2 pounds ground beef
  • 3 eggs, boiled
  • 2 cans (30 oz.) tomato sauce
  • 1 can jumbo black olives, sliced and drained
  • seasoned salt, to taste
  • fresh parsley (dried can be substituted)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Cover ground beef with just enough seasoned salt to give it a nice orange color, then knead salt into beef with hands and make into a loaf shape.
  3. Make a depression in the top and place the three shelled, boiled eggs into the depression, then cover the eggs.
  4. Pour tomato sauce over meat, then sprinkle parsley sparingly over meat. Place olives onto meat, and put loaf in oven for about 45 minutes to an hour.
  5. Remove from oven, slice into sections and serve.



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This sounds horrible!

Certainly not my Nana's recipe. No one in my house would eat it.

Your comment asks " so y not give this recipe a shot"......???? That is exactly what would happen to this joke of a meat loaf if I served it. It would get shot out the window. Sounds gross. Nana must have been nipping at the cooking sherry with this one. Yuck.

Nana must have been drunk when she whipped this on up !!! YUK and SUPER YUK

Doesn't sound like any meatloaf I have ever heard. Olives in meatloaf, yuck. No onions, bread crumbs or eggs? What holds it together? Think I will skip this one.

I cannot believe this receipt without breadcrumbs and eggs to hold it together. Was there some ingredients left out? I make it but I add the breadcrumbs & raw eggs in the meat. One egg per pound of meat and 1/2 to 1 cup of bread crumbs or stuffing ground up instead of the breadcrumbs. Puts in a lot of flavors. I use a bread loaf pan. Ladynell75

I can say this sounds a little better.

what pan do you bake it in? when you use 2# meat that's a bit, so 2 bread, 13X9 or larger glass or any other you have? what do you use to keep it tigether? bread crumbs, oatmeal, fresh eggs etc.? normally, it's 1 egg for every 1# meat--


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