Stuffed meatloaf

Stuffed meatloaf is a classic recipe of home cooking: something that can often be made in next to no time and will satisfy a whole family's hunger - especially if accompanied by a generous helping of roast potatoes. Here we filled it with mortadella, cooked green veg and a slice of cheese. Then we roasted it with the potatoes. Just try our recipe!

Ingredients

  • minced meat 350g of minced beef
  • mortadella 3 slices of mortadella
  • eggs 1 unit
  • bread Two slices of sliced white bread
  • milk Just enough milk to soak the bread
  • Parmesan 30 grams
  • Pecorino sheep's cheese 30 grams
  • salt
  • cheese slices A Kraft cheese slice, or slice of other melting cheese
  • broccoli A handful of cooked, drained cabbage, broccoli or spinach
Information
60 minutes Total time
50 minutes Active time
Serves 3 persons
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Preparation

Mix the mince well with the egg, the two cheeses, the slices of bread soaked in milk (liquid squeezed out), salt and pepper. Roll out the mixture on a sheet of baking parchment to form a rectangle. Place some mortadella, a couple of Kraft cheese slices or other melting cheese, and some cooked and well-drained vegetables, such as spinach, cabbage or broccoli. Roll it up with the help of baking parchment to make the classic shape of a meatloaf. Add some butter and bake at 180°C for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, wash the new potatoes, cut them into pieces and rinse. Boil for 5 minutes in salted water. When the half hour is up, switch the oven to its grill function and add the potatoes. Aim for an additional 20 minutes of cooking time, half-way through which the meatloaf should be turned over so as to brown it evenly. Serve.

Tips
If you fancy adding a little colour to your meatloaf, use colourful ingredients for your filling!
Trivia
You can also make this meatloaf using cooked meat rather than uncooked.

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