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Meatloaf made with gingersnaps?

mschow May 31, 2007 09:46 AM

My sister and I were discussing some things my mother used to make when we were kids. One of these meals was a meatloaf made with gingersnaps used as the filler instead of breadcrumbs. We think she used beef broth as the 'sauce' . As I recall, it was actually pretty good. Does anybody else recall such a meatloaf. Mom is first generation Irish American, and we did not grow up on the most adventurous food, so I am wondering where she came up with this!

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  1. monavano RE: mschow May 31, 2007 09:57 AM

    At first that sounds a bit different, but when I think of sauerbraten, of course you can use ginger snaps with beef. I wonder if you could make the meatloaf with crused gingersnaps, and make the traditional sauerbraten (which has the ginger snaps in it )sauce for it?
    It actually sounds very good.

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      janeer RE: mschow May 31, 2007 05:18 PM

      Actually, it sounds good. She probably got the recipe off a cookie box. I looked, and here is a recipe: http://www.recipelink.com/mf/31/25513

      www.littlecomptonmornings.blogspot.com

      1. jinet12 RE: mschow May 31, 2007 05:40 PM

        That's very much a German influenced recipe

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