How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • In a large bowl combine the beef, onion, oatmeal, cornmeal, bread crumbs, salt, sugar, egg, tomato juice, water, bbq sauce, 1/8 tsp liquid smoke and vinegar. Mix together thoroughly and pat our meat mixture into a 14x18 inch rectangle on a piece of wax paper. Spread cheese over the meat, leaving a ¼ inch border around the edges. Roll up jelly roll fashion to enclose the filling and form a pinwheel loaf. Press beef in on both ends to enclose the cheese. Place in a 10x15 inch baking dish.
  • In a separate bowl, combine ketchup, brown sugar, mustard and 2 drops of liquid smoke and mix thoroughly. Spread over the top of meatloaf.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for one hour, or until internal temperature reaches 160 degrees F.

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  • pointsevenout 6 years ago
    This is a good meatloaf, even cold in a sandwich.

    Funny thing is, I forgot to put the Bbq sauce ingredient into the mix and it was still good.
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  • pointsevenout 6 years ago
    Made one loaf per instructions and had trouble rolling the loaf up without it splitting, but finally got it together with some repair work. Sure seems like a lot of cheese.

    Made two more loaves in a conventional loaf pan. They went together much easier, but still seems like a lot of cheese.

    All three baking now.

    Used 75% lean beef and some grease drip-thru loaf pans for the conventional looking loaves. Kind of a tight squeeze, 2 pounds meat plus stuffing, but I'm hoping there is significant shrinkage so the drip-thru pan does its thing.
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  • donnakaye 6 years ago
    MADE THIS AND TOOK TO CHURCH FOR HOMECOMING DINNER AND IT WAS AWSOME. THE CROWD WENT CRAZY
    A REAL HIT
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