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I used to have a recipe for meatloaf which had a layer of sundried tomatoes and feta cheese in it and I have not made it for over a couple of years and now I cannot find the recipe anywhere!

Does anyone have one like this. I think mine came from a weight watchers or healthy eating magazine.

Thanks

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  1. I googled "feta meatloaf" and got lots of hits for Mediterranean meatloaf that is made out of ground lamb. None of the ones I looked at had sun-dried tomatoes in them, you could add it, I would just make sure they're either rehydrated or chopped really fine because they can get chewy.

    http://www.recipezaar.com/114543
    http://food.aol.com/food/recipefinder...

    Oh! I found one:
    http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/new...

    1. Thanks, I think I will have to just try and remember it as I go along and use the ones you found.

      Thanks again.

      1. i think you can put just about anything in meatloaf... i love to make a southwest version with salsa, chopped jalapeno and shredded jack cheese.

        My mom makes it with provolone and salami in the middle.

        I use the basic recipe of 1lb of ground beef, veal and pork, minced garlic, worcestershire, minced onion, breadcrumb, chopped parsley and salt and pepper...then I add in whatever extra's i like.

        1. I find that the simpler you make meatloaf, the better it tastes. :)

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          1. I use a traditional meat loaf recipe and everyone always loves it. The key ingredient is fresh sage and lots of it. I like oats, too. Healthier.

            1 1/2 lb ground beef
            1/2 cup uncooked rolled oats
            2 eggs, beaten
            1/2 cup catsup
            1 medium onion, finely chopped
            1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
            1 tsp salt
            fresh sage leaves, chopped

            Mix all ingredients together with your hands to blend well. Bake in loaf pan at 350 degrees for one hour.

            Great for meatloaf sandwiches the next day.

            Serves 5-6.