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Sunday, February 20, 2011
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Bacon wrapped, stuffed with Cheese and Onion
Serves: 4 • Prep: 20min • Cooking: 30-35 min • Oven: 400° F Requires: mixing bowl, glass baking dish or half baking sheet with parchment
In mixing bowl, mix the following thoroughly with your hands until the meat mixture can hold shape : 1 lb. raw hambuger
3⁄4 c. bread crumbs 3⁄4 ounce (1⁄2 package) of dry onion soup mix 3 Tbs. diced onion 2 eggs
On the parchment sheet or cutting board, pat down meat to form a rectangular patty. Layer the following on top: 2 ounces of Mozerella Cheese, sliced thinly 2-3 strips of bacon.
Gently roll the patty to form a spiral of cheese and bacon. Garnish with remaining bacon (1-2 strips) and cheese. Lay in oiled glass pan or ontop of parchment and baking sheet. NOTE: if you have to use foil, line the aluminum with cabbage or else the meat will stick to the foil will stick, tear, and be served with the meat. Cabbage won't change the flavor profile, or stick to the meat; so discard and don't serve.
Bake on the lowest rack for 30-35 min. at 400° For until the juices run yellow-clear and bubble.
PRICE BREAK-DOWN: $1.99 meat .30 egg .25 mix .20 bread .10 onion .30 cheese .90 bacon
total: $4.04 --- $1/person
Just so ya know.... BREADCRUMBS: This is what makes or breaks a meatloaf. For a more moist loaf, use less -- for a stiffer loaf, use more! You can purchase these in canisters (go for unseasoned), but can make your own.
For this recipe, simply crumble stale/dry bread: 3 slices, or 2 bread- sticks, or 6 crackers.