Meat Loaf Wellington
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 70 min.
Instead of chopped onion I use dry Lipton onion soup mix. Adds lots of flavor.
Meatloaf didn't hold form well, I will add another egg next time, and also was a bit bland
I wanted to spoof up my regular meatloaf and this recipe gave me the inspiration. I make my own meatloaf recipe since my family prefers the taste of more herbs and spices but the addition of the crescent rolls on top adds that extra touch.
Wonderful! Since I have become Gluten intolerant, I use GF Bisquick and make my own blanket instead of the crescent rolls and GF bread cubes! Cannot tell the difference! So easy to prepare and yet so elegant!
I first found this recipe in a Taste of Home cookbook that I had bought years ago. My entire family loves this recipe. (Husband and six children.) My children are older now and five are still at home and they still all love this meatloaf! We will be having this for dinner tonight but I am using venison in place of ground beef.
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this was a wonderful recipe and a great way to dress up a regular meal! My family loved it!
Absolutely a great recipe. My family loved it!!! And so easy to make. This is now a regular menu item and is requested frequently by my family.
(I can't believe this recipe doesn't have dozens of top ratings by now). This is the star of my family's absolute favorite meal. It is so super easy, yet so elegant when served, it looks like you spent hours in the kitchen. Whenever I ask my boys what sounds good for a family dinner, they always ask for Meatloaf Wellington with mashed potatoes and peas. The ultimate comfort food dinner.
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