Moose Meatloaf - first attempt

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by sask attak, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. sask attak

    sask attak Newbie

    Smoked my first meatloaf tonight, thanks to this site I have to say..didn't even think of this one. I sauted yellow & red peppers, yellow onion, grape tomatoes and garlic. Then hand mixed it into a pre-mix of 3:1 (moose:pork) that i flavored with red wine, clinatro, grated chedder, chpped mushrooms and various spices (curry, Montreal Chicken, fresh cracked pepper, sea salt).

    Here are my Qviews from today.

    Veggie mix


    Moose/Pork mix


    Formed and ready for smoke




    Weber ready for action..preheated to 300F prior to placing meat...dropped to 250F for next 3 hours.


    Finished product...




    I also made a sauce to go on the sliced meatloaf. Compo of bbq sauce, ketchup, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, horseradish, garlic, redwine, water and butter.
     
  2. ronp

    ronp Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    That looks delicious.[​IMG]
     
  3. brohnson

    brohnson Smoking Fanatic

    YUMMY!
     
  4. gene111

    gene111 Smoking Fanatic

    That looks good!!!
     
  5. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looks fantastic! [​IMG]
     
  6. mballi3011

    mballi3011 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Man oh Man that looks like some killer meatloaf you have there. I have never had moose so it's that much better to me too. I also have smoked meatloaf and what I do is smoke it for a hour or so and then take it out of the pan after it stiffen enough to stay together in the smoker and finish it that way and your get alittle more smokey flavor.
     
  7. sask attak

    sask attak Newbie

    Great idea. I turned the middle and back burner on at first to heat up dishes and loaf quicker. That was only for about 15 min of so with Q at 400F, then I killed all but front burner and let it sit at 230-250F.

    Moose is like beef younger, leaner, better tasting brother, they just look like a huge donkey. Rotisserie moose roast can't be beat.
     
  8. piker

    piker Fire Starter

    great looking stuff. I agree moose meat is the best. Here in Alberta I get one about every 4 years [LEH] so I am always short. Where do you get yours? Piker
     

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