Ingredients

How to make it

  • Boil 1 egg, peel and set a side to cool
  • Directions for Meatloaf:
  • After you have your meatloaf ingredients together in a large bowl add just enough *Milk so meat holds together, pat and shape. Put in loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Make sure you set a side the meatloaf until it's cool.
  • Meatloaf Salad Sandwich Instuctions:
  • You will need a meat grinder to grind all the meatloaf that was set a side and is cool. Grind the boiled egg that you set a side into the mixture also. Once the meat and egg have been completly ground put mixture into large bowl and add the following ingredients.
  • 3/4 cup of pickle relish or more/less to your taste
  • 1/2 cup or Kraft or other salad dressing more/less to your taste
  • Mix the ground meatloaf, pickle relish, and salad dressing very well
  • Chill the salad mixture before serving
  • Makes 12 to 15 Sandwiches depending on serving size or use as a cracker dip.
  • Tip: It's best to make the meatloaf the day before since as an ingredient it needs to be cool / same goes for the boiled egg. You can place hot foods directly in the refrigerator, but divide large quantities into shallow containers for quicker cooling.
  • The mixture can be frozen in smaller containers for future use

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    " It was good "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    Meatloaf salad sammie, who woulda' thunk!
    See Meatloaf Salad Sandwich for more detail.
    2/21/13
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  • keni 1 year ago
    Nice! I did a corned beef salad once, to see how it worked, and was pleased... this could be made with left over meatloaf, too! :-)
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  • RecipesbyMike 1 year ago
    Picture coming soon !
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