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Smoked Meatloaf

post #1 of 13
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So this is my second smoked ML. I used Jeffs the first time and then made a few adjustments. I added onions to the bottom pan ( Which took in a good smoke) and they kinda sauteed in the grease drippings.

Here is my 2# ML. I really haven't measured any of the ingredients yet. i usually just eyeball it and so far i been lucky...

3 whisked eggs
1 cup favorite BBQ sauce
1 cup Italian breadcrumbs
6 green onions sliced n diced
Half of some sort of Mexican Wax pepper---Green--sliced n diced
A couple good shakes of OL HENRY pecan rub
At least 2 tbsp crushed red pepper

In the bottom pan-
1 sweet onion
2 dashes pecan rub
1 shot Vodka ( as i was making a vodka n cranberry at the time also)
2 shot h2o
1 spoonfull of butter

Just add everything in a large mixing bowl. Then this time i made it the day before so my kids wouldnt see the onions and peppers i put in it. Otherwise they will refuse to eat if they see something they dont like. I formed it in a foil lined 9x13 pan. Added a few more shakes of Pecan rub to the top and folded the foil over till the next day.

Onions were nice n crunchy yet pleasently smoked n sauteed....i will surely do this again and even add another onion. Smoked at 250 for ALMOST 3 hours. pulled it at 155 and let it sit for 20 min. I used charcoal and added a 50/50 apple/pecan chip mix every 20 min for first 2 hrs. Basted with BBQ sauce last 30 min of cook....It had a nice pink smoke ring all the way around.After all was said and done. ML had a nice lil kick to it and was moist as hell. Even for lunch the next day....

post #2 of 13
Man that meat loaf looks good. I have been talking about doing a ML for for a long time now yet I still haven't. I think I will do one soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #3 of 13
Good looking meatloag. Have yet to try one of those. Its one of my favorite dishes and smoking one can only make it better. Points for a great looking smoke.points.gif
post #4 of 13
Nice job, Looks Great...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif

Great Qview also...
post #5 of 13
Nice looking meatloaf, their even better the next day. Great sandwiches also.

post #6 of 13
The problem I have with smoked meat loaf is that whenever I eat one that is not smoked it seems rather bland. Smoking a meat loaf absolutely makes it that much better, even to the point that my wife really doesn't want to cook one in the oven anymore. Those of you who have yet to smoke one really are missing one of the better meals to come off of your smoker.
post #7 of 13
Great looking meal. Gotta love meatloafs for leftovers.
post #8 of 13
That looks fantastic. How much beef did you start out with?
post #9 of 13
Now thats you've had some hurry and thrw that puppy in the refrig. Cause there's nothin better then a meatloaf sandwiches. Not totake anything away from your fine looking and it really looks yummy too. But I have made meatloafs just for the fact of making sanwiches.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #10 of 13
Looks great!!! I am going to do a Meatloaf this weekend.
post #11 of 13
I have never tried this but looking at yours makes me move it up my list. Thanks for sharing.
post #12 of 13
Just one question...

How do you have meatloaf like that left for the next day???

Never happens here.
post #13 of 13
Thread Starter 
Thanks yall...trust me its hard to have leftovers. Its a 2LBr. But i usually cook big on the weekends so that i have leftovers for lunch at work during the week....much cheaper than eating off the roach coach...
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