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    Default Knock-Your-Pants-Off Sweet & Spicy Glazed Buttermilk Meatloaf

    For those of you who watch “Next Food Network Star” Here’s the recipe for Mary Beth’s meatloaf—the one featured last Sunday night that the judges said was the best they’d ever eaten, and Paula Deen said she’d change her own meatloaf recipe for this one.

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    Knock-Your-Pants-Off Sweet & Spicy Glazed Buttermilk Meatloaf

    Serves 6

    For the Glaze:
    1 cup ketchup
    1 cup barbeque sauce
    ½ cup brown sugar

    For the Meatloaf:
    1/3 cup panko bread crumbs
    1 cup whole-fat buttermilk
    1 tbsp. olive oil
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1 cup small-diced onion
    ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley
    1/3 cup chopped fresh basil
    2 tbsp. tomato paste
    1 ½ lbs. ground beef (85% lean-15% fat)
    ½ lb. ground pork
    1 cup grated parmesan cheese
    ½ tsp. salt
    ½ tsp. ground pepper

    Heat oven to 425 degrees. Combine the glaze ingredients in a small saucepan and place over low heat.

    Heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add onions and garlic and cook until soft and translucent (try not to brown). Add parsley, basil, and tomato paste and cook for about a minute. Set aside to cool.

    In a small bowl, combine Panko and buttermilk and set aside for 5 minutes. Then in a large bowl, place beef, pork, cheese, salt and pepper, the onion mixture, and the panko mixture. Mix with your hands until just combined.

    On a rimmed baking pan (I use 13x9x2), form the mixture into a loaf shape sitting in the center of the pan, with all four sides exposed.* Brush sides and top with some glaze, then bake for about 50 minutes, removing the pan every 10 minutes or so to brush on more glaze. (At the end of baking, you will not have used all of the glaze mixture – just keep it in the saucepan on low and stir it every few minutes.)

    Cool for 5 minutes, slice, and serve hot with leftover glaze as sauce.

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    Has anyone tried this recipe? It sounds amazing but is a lot of meatloaf for 2 people (my family size). However, if it is as good as it sounds I would be willing to give it a try. I would just like to know that it is as good as it sounds. Thanks.

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    I made this and I thought it was really good. Mapcenter, I agree -- it makes a big meatloaf. I just cut the recipe in half, made the loaf smaller, and baked for slightly less time. I also didn't bake at 425 as instructed in the recipe. I've never seen a meatloaf recipe that called for heat that high, so I baked at 350 as usual for other meatloaf recipes. I didn't want it to be dry, and it wasn't. I will definitely make this again, and when I do, I think I might go ahead and make the full amount -- cook half and freeze the other half of the loaf mixture for future use.

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    I made this last week. Party of 1. That is why I use my Food Saver. The first time I made this recipe, all I had was canned Parmesan. It was far to salty for my taste(and for works taste as they are my guinea pigs) This time I used real grated Parmesan. It made all the difference. Delicious!

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    Bumping up.........

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    Made this over the weekend. I thought it was good but not stupendous. I have a simple meatloaf recipe that I think is comprable and less work. I did bake at the 450 degrees as the recipe calls for. However I have to say that at that tempreture the fat was spritzing everywhere in the oven. I just cleaned my oven this week and didn't appreciate seeing the fat fly about.......so I made a tinfoil tent to help contain the fat. It seemed moist enough though. Having to pull the loaf out every 10 minutes was a pain too as it kept interrupting what I was trying to get done. I am sticking with my simple recipe.

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    Default Re: Knock-Your-Pants-Off Sweet & Spicy Glazed Buttermilk Meatloaf

    In my previous post, I mentioned that I didn't bake at 425F because that seemed way too high a temp for meatloaf. In looking at the recipe posted over on Tried & True, I see that it says 325F. That seems right to me. I'll bet the 425 is just a typo. And as for the glazing -- I wasn't about to pull it out of the oven every 10 minutes. I glazed it before I baked it and that was it.....and it was delicious! I really like this recipe.

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