How to make it

  • Combine the hamburger, potato, onion, tomato sauce, mustard, catsup and seasonings, and egg(s). In a small bowl combine tomato sauce dehydrated onions, soy sauce, A-1 garlic powder (or any combo you prefer). Form into a loaf in a broiling pan and top with mixture.
  • Bake at 400 for 1 hour.

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  • circlemoon8 7 years ago
    I've been eatting this meatloaf now for over two years, and I think I have grown to like it better than the ones with oatmeal. I never thought I'd ever come to that! But the grated potato really adds a depth to the meatloaf. The only problem with it, is sometimes it doesn't hold together very well. I believe it is when I get carried away with the tomato sauce though! It can be hard to judge, and that is why I try to add most of the tomato sauce to the top of the meatloaf instead of in it. Tweak it till you find what you like the best!
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  • peetabear 7 years ago
    ChefMumzie is correct ...most GF people can eat certified oatmeal... but that is the catch...most people.... you have to have to have routine check ups to make sure you can...
    good post....

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  • ChefMumzie 7 years ago
    This sounds like a great recipe, you can still use Oatmeal as a binder as long as it is certified Gluten Free. May I suggest anyone with Gluten sensitivities to becareful with the Soy Sauce as 99% of all brands contain Wheat Gluten. Can't wait to try it.
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