Meatloaf: A recipe
No, not the singer, and not the song from Phineas and Ferb, although that song readily describes the food item. I personally know several people who like meatloaf, so I decided to add my two cents about it.
The recipe is as follows:
Worcestershire sauce (for flavor)
Store bought meatloaf seasoning (great value etc.)
Two eggs (or more depending on how much meat you intend to cook)
Breadcrumbs (so the meat will stick together)
Other seasonings you want to add (steak sauce gives it an interesting flavor)
A pan; typically in a loaf shape but it can be round or more square, is needed and should be coated in nonstick spray or olive oil.
Gather the ingredients.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Put all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and mix well.
Spray the pan and add the meat.
Cook the meatloaf for thirty minutes to an hour or until fully cooked
Add ketchup to the top if desired.
Let cool and serve.
I know there are people who might not be able to eat gluten, but there are alternatives to the breadcrumbs. One option is to put gluten-free oats through a food processor; however, that option may not be do-able. Another option is to crush up fiber cereal or gluten-free flax cereal. Corn flake crumbs or crumbled up Jatz biscuits are also valid. The easiest would be panko gluten-free breadcrumbs. There are other ways to replace the breadcrumbs so you can experiment or just leave it out altogether.