How to make it

  • In a large heavy skillet, saute red and green onions, celery, carrots green and red peppers and garlic in butter until softened.
  • Set aside and cool to room temp.
  • Combine salt, cayenne, black and white peppers, cumin and nutmeg and stir into cooled vegetables.
  • Add half and half, ketchup, ground beef and ground turkey, eggs and bread crumbs.
  • Lightly form into a loaf and gently place in a large baking dish.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 45-55 minutes.
  • Prepare shallot gravy.
  • Saute shallots in 1 tbls. butter with thyme, bay leaf and pepper until softened.
  • Cook over high heat until reduced to a glaze.
  • Add beef and chicken broths and boil until reduced by half.
  • Add remaining 1 tbsp. butter and mix well.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.

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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Nice shallot gravy. Lifts this to sublime. Yummy
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  • cabincrazyone 10 years ago
    This definitely is different from the "run of the mill". Sounds wonderful!
    As I read the ingredient list, I wondered if it would fit in a pick-up truck. :^)
    Marking for this weekend. Thanks!
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  • shandy 10 years ago
    WoW! What a recipe and meatloaf to boot! I am always looking for meatloaf and fried chicken recipes. Yes! And Thank you for sharing this wonderful gem =D
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  • debra47 10 years ago
    What a delicious sounding meatloaf!
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  • sparow64 10 years ago
    This sounds excellent! Will definately be trying this one! Thanks for sharing.
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  • tequila12 10 years ago
    Thanks Kukla! Tequila was actually my very first cattle dog. He lived to be 17 years old!
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  • kukla 10 years ago
    WOW! Does this one ever sound like a winner!! I love shallots and thyme! I bet this meatloaf packs a real punch of flavour with it....Thank you for posting it, Tequila! (BTW, I love the name :)
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