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How to make stovetop stuffed,spanish style meatloaf

A savory and tender meatloaf that takes very little time to make.

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Cast: PS: I didn't use Ragu this time I used Francisco rinaldi. I use them interchangeably when I'm making meatloaf. Use whatever jar sauce you like.

Cast: PS: I didn't use Ragu this time I used Francisco rinaldi. I use them interchangeably when I'm making meatloaf. Use whatever jar sauce you like.

Before we start we will boil 2 of the eggs. When they are done, peel them and set aside. If you don't want eggs inside the meatloaf skip this step\u263a\ufe0f

Before we start we will boil 2 of the eggs. When they are done, peel them and set aside. If you don't want eggs inside the meatloaf skip this step☺️

To the beef add some mojito. About 1 tbs

To the beef add some mojito. About 1 tbs

I like to use fresh bread when making meatloaf as well as meatballs. It makes the meat so tender. Yum\u263a\ufe0f so I'll be using my mini proc. to make it into breadcrumbs.

I like to use fresh bread when making meatloaf as well as meatballs. It makes the meat so tender. Yum☺️ so I'll be using my mini proc. to make it into breadcrumbs.

Put the breadcrumbs in a bowl. It will look like a lot(2 cups to be exact) Once blended it will disappear into the beef. To the crumbs add a little more than a 1/4 cup of water or milk. Let it soak.

Put the breadcrumbs in a bowl. It will look like a lot(2 cups to be exact) Once blended it will disappear into the beef. To the crumbs add a little more than a 1/4 cup of water or milk. Let it soak.

Mix the breadcrumbs well until all is moistened and stays together when pressed. No worries, the meatloaf won't taste like bread but it is essential to this recipe.

Mix the breadcrumbs well until all is moistened and stays together when pressed. No worries, the meatloaf won't taste like bread but it is essential to this recipe.

To the crumbs add the third egg that wasn't boiled.

To the crumbs add the third egg that wasn't boiled.

Continue with the garlic powder

Continue with the garlic powder

The onion  powder

The onion powder

The adobo powder

The adobo powder

The sazon accent.

The sazon accent.

The oregano

The oregano

And the 1/2 tbs of Mojo. Mix it all well.

And the 1/2 tbs of Mojo. Mix it all well.

To the breadcrumbs add the ground beef

To the breadcrumbs add the ground beef

Mix it very well by hand

Mix it very well by hand

You will now need a pot in which you will add the meatloaf mixture. We will free-form the meatloaf. While free forming into a rectangle we will make an indentation lge enough to fit 2 hard boiled eggs

You will now need a pot in which you will add the meatloaf mixture. We will free-form the meatloaf. While free forming into a rectangle we will make an indentation lge enough to fit 2 hard boiled eggs

See how nice it looks. Just like a meatloaf.\ud83d\ude09

See how nice it looks. Just like a meatloaf.😉

Now in this step you can use any jar sauce you want. I like Francisco rinaldi.\ud83d\ude0a I will pour it over my meatloaf

Now in this step you can use any jar sauce you want. I like Francisco rinaldi.😊 I will pour it over my meatloaf

The whole meatloaf must be covered. If necessary add about 3 tbs of water if you find that the sauce is too thick(optional)

The whole meatloaf must be covered. If necessary add about 3 tbs of water if you find that the sauce is too thick(optional)

Once the meatloaf has been covered you will take the pot and set it on the stove over low heat. Cover the pot and cook it for 25-30 minutes

Once the meatloaf has been covered you will take the pot and set it on the stove over low heat. Cover the pot and cook it for 25-30 minutes

Serve this with a side of rice, salad or any green vegetable like broccoli. Nomnom\u263a\ufe0f

Serve this with a side of rice, salad or any green vegetable like broccoli. Nomnom☺️

  • 1.0lb Ground beef chuck
  • 3.0 Egg
  • 4.0 Slices of white bread
  • 0.0tsp Oregano
  • 1.0tsp Adobo
  • 0.0tsp Onion powder
  • 0.0tsp Garlic powder
  • 1 pack of sazon Goya or sazon accent
  • 1.0Tbsp Goya Mojo
  • 1 small jar of ragu, i used half of a 24oz jar