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Smoked meatloaf

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Thinking about smoking some meatloaf would appreciate and tips or ideas Anton has tried.
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Make your favorite recipe and smoke it. Notnin special. Just go easy on the smoke. Ground meat takes smoke easy.
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It will be good !!

 

Gary

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Jazz it up some with some heat...

 

Be sure to send us a Q-view of your smoke . . .

 

Yes, just do it . . .

 

Have fun and . . .

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Once you smoke meat loaf, you will never use your oven again. Smoking meat loaf is a wonderful way to go. Be sure to use Bradley racks or something to give the loaf a good foundation. Good luck, Joe
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My wife resisted smoked meatloaf for quite some time. She absolutely refused to add smoke to one of her favorite dishes. She was travelling and I smoked a meatloaf the night before she came home. She took one bite and said "Okay, I was wrong. This is the way to make meatloaf!"
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My wife said the same thing when I said I was making Bologna. She tell everybody it the best bologna she ever had

 

Gary

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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Make your favorite recipe and smoke it. Notnin special. Just go easy on the smoke. Ground meat takes smoke easy.

 

Agreed.  I've only done it a few times now, but every time I try something new in/on it, I regret not just making a dang meatloaf.  And all I use on top near the end is a light coating of a thinned out (beer) BBQ sauce.  Definitely not something to over-think.

post #9 of 9
I've tried several different recipes, but Abis meat loaf in Jeff's book is really good. The topping of ketchup and brown sugar is simple and very good.
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