Posted by: anniewilson | August 25, 2008

The All-Purpose Meat Slop

This concoction is very handy to have around. You can take it and make meat loaf, meat balls, Salsbury Steak…a bunch of different meals. It’s really just a basic meat loaf recipe that you can shape into patties and fry to make Salsbury Steak, roll into balls for meat balls or whatever you need it to be.

1 pound ground beef
1 large egg
1/2 cup of ketchup
1/4 cup of chopped onions
1/2 cup of bread crumbs or three slices of damp bread
Salt and pepper…at least a teaspoon of each, more if you like more

After putting all of those ingredients into a large bowl, you add a few tablespoons of whatever you have in your fridge. Use about 3 of the following (or whatever you happen to have on your fridge door):

soy sauce
worcestershire sauce
any type of salad dressing
steak sauce
marinade sauce

Mix that all together and when you’re done, it should be a bit softer than hamburger meat, but as easy to shape into balls or patties.

For meat loaf, bake it at 350 for about an hour. For Salisbury Steak, fry patties until they’re no longer pink inside (then cover with brown gravy to serve). For meat balls, you can bake them at 350 for about a half an hour and then add them to the sauce.

You can use the same recipe, adding 3/4 cup of instant rice and stuff into green peppers or roll into cabbage leafs. Cover with tomato sauce and bake at 350 for an hour and serve with some pasta on the side and a salad or vegetable. When using the Basic Recipe for Italian dishes, you can add a few shakes of Italian spices to the meat, like oregano, garlic…whatever you like.


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