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Making Of Meatloaf

MY SISTER ASKED ME WHETHER I HAVE TASTED MEATLOAF BEFORE OR NOT... "Huh, what is that?" was my answer to her.  And thus the Making of Meatloaf started on one fine morning.  She said we cannot be eating Chinese food all the time, we must eat other food as well.  Alright, sounds good to me after all, I have not tried it before.

The way my sister prepared it, the recipe is not difficult at all.  Just follow the instructions behind the packet of ingredients and the preparation is done within 10-15 minutes.  Easy as A,B,C....

It's a McCormick brand and less than a dollar here... 
*Must remember to buy back a few packets*
Two pounds of minced beef....
Part of the ingredients....
Mix everything up....
And into the aluminium foil and oven... 
And after some minutes, transfer it to a plate minus the oil.... 
And the Meatloaf is done..... 
Next is the Mashed Potato....
Butter rich mashed potatoes...
Very smooth Mashed Potatoes....
My Petite Portion.... 
Come, let's enjoy!!

Comments

  1. Meatloaf and mashed potatoes is a classic American comfort dish. So how did you like it? Quite a change from what you are used to.

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    1. Indeed a 360 degrees change.. yes, I am learning to eat different types of food here... and enjoying them..

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  2. Classic meatloaf. How lucky you are to taste it!! Haha.

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    1. Often heard of it but only tasted it this time..

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  3. Seems that we have your seal of approval in the picture.

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  4. "She said we cannot be eating Chinese food all the time, we must eat other food as well." I would agree with her 100%. Variety is the spice of life, and I do prefer the exotic tastes of Malay, Thai, Indonesian, Indian cuisines more than Chinese, more often than not very severe msg overload.

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    1. I am foodadventurous... so anything different and edible, I will try. :)

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  5. Looks delicious! Definitely would tempt any meat-lover.

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  6. I have never sampled something quite like this. From the look of his face, must be delish! :D

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  7. I have eaten Meatloaf at hotel buffets but they looked so different. Perhaps yours is American styled.

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    1. I guess so..I have never seen nor tasted any in Malaysia..

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  8. I have eaten meatloaf once before in KL. How do you like the taste of this meatloaf?

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    1. Too beefy for me..I can try a small portion though.. but not every day..

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