Meatloaf and loaded cauliflower mash

Meatloaf and loaded cauliflower mash

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  2. MeMedley dedi ki:

    Meatloaf

    1.5 lbs ground beef
    1 c pork rinds
    1 egg
    1/3 c tomato sauce
    2 T parsley
    1/2 c parmesan
    1/4 c diced onion
    1/2 t garlic powder
    Salt & pepper
    Dash Worcestershire
    Dash hot sauce ( I like Chipotle Cholula)

    Meatloaf Sauce

    1/2 c sugar free ketchup
    3 T brown sugar swerve
    1 t dry mustard
    Dash Worcestershire
    Dash hot sauce

    1. Mix all the meatloaf stuff together in a bowl
    2. Mix all the sauce stuff together in a bowl
    3. Put meatloaf in greased meatloaf pan or as an oval in another cooking dish
    4. Too with sauce
    5. Cook at 350 for an hour

    Loaded cauliflower

    Large head cauliflower
    1.5 c Broth
    1 T Butter
    2 T sour cream
    4 slices bacon
    3/4 c cheddar
    1/4 c parmesan
    2 green onions
    1 t minced garlic
    Dry mustard
    Chili powder
    Salt & pepper

    1. Steam cauliflower ( I use the instant pot)
    2. In a food processor, mix cauliflower, sour cream, butter, garlic, dry mustard, chili powder, salt, and pepper
    3. Put in a baking dish and cover with cheeses and bacon
    4. Bake at 375 for 5 minutes
    5. Too with green onion

  3. FrazahLion dedi ki:

    Just as I tried this a while back and LOVED it – try using pork scratchings blended down into crumbs as the breaded exterior. They come out softer, but still provide a good crunch to the crust of the meatloaf!

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