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Jamie interrupts his Momma to show you how to make the Deen Bros. Speedy Mini Meat Loaves. Added on November 04 2010 | 85 Comments
Paula I just love this video. You and your boys are so funny and great to watch. Love ya Paula Deen
By kim on September 07, 2012
I love watching all of you here is mine...
1lbs of ground beef 1 pound of sweet Italian ground sausage one half a cup of bread crumbs 1 red onion 1 green bell pepper 3 cloves of garlic to teaspoons of Italian seasoning 4 eggs one can of mushroom soup salt pepper to taste. mix well 350 oven 45mins. then one more can of mushroom soup on top mmm mmm good.
By MARY ANN JOHNSON on September 06, 2012
I just love all the Deen family and love watching anything they do....they are the most down to earth people....nothing fake about any of them and they don't have any airs about them....love them , just love them....one of your biggest fans....my dream is to one day visit the Lady and Sons restaurant in Savannah, GA....as far as my meatloaf I usually will saute some red pepper and onions and will shred some carrots....but I make variations of the veggies I use and I also use crackers in place of the bread crumbs someimes they seem to absorb the oil from whatever meat you use...I love to use ground chuck 80/20.
By Serena Strazzanti on September 04, 2012
I would love to get the receipe for the glaze on Jaime's mini meat loaf. What a great idea.....mini meat loaf.....I LOVE IT.
By Patricia Hoffman on September 04, 2012
This video was so cute! I love the stars and the recipe being baked in a cupcake pan was unique! Great idea! Any day at our house is "meatloaf dinner". One of our favorite meals! I am going to try your suggestion and freeze some minis. Keep up the good work! I love your shows and the boys' shows.
By Cheryl Langlois on September 04, 2012
Fast, Delicious and helps with portion control! Awesome! Never thoguht to use a muffin pan for meatloaf.Thanks!
By Anne on September 04, 2012
Love your meatloaf. I have a recipe that is very close to yours, but I divide my meatloaf. I put some meatloaf on the bottom of a cupcake pan in the middle goes grean pepper and cheese than top it with more of the hamburge.
By Karen Christman on September 04, 2012
I just loved watching the two of you. I smiled through the whole video and will make the meatloaf your way soon. Thank you.
By Carolee Spero on September 04, 2012
I love me some Paula Dean!!! ..and her sons, too!
By Kay Clark on September 04, 2012
I use oatmeal instead of bread crumbs.
My glaze is sweet / sour using ketchup, vinegar, sugar, and mustard that is cooked in a small sauce pan.
I make the meatloaf in the form of patties, place them in a baking dish and bake. They can be eaten on a bun or bread as a sandwich if you wish.
By George Krieger on September 04, 2012
Loved the video, the recipe sounds great. I've made many meatloaf recipes, adding my own touch, and some have turned out good and many not so good. Another recipe to try and I'll try not to add my touch to it.
By Frankie Lynch on September 04, 2012
Love the idea of using the muffin tin. And love seeing the family cook together! I use a little liquid smoke and spicy mustard in my sauce and top it off with bacon. I'm going to try it in the muffin tin!
By Lisa Pitts on September 04, 2012
I love this Idea and I love watching your family cook together. I like to add whatever veggies I have at the time, to it. In the summer I add summer squash, tomatoes,green peppers, spinach, and I sometimes use Quinoa instead of bread crumbs, because I love the texture of it. I am going to make some of these today and freeze them individually for quick lunches and I may freeze some of your smashed potatoes in a cupcake pan and freeze a lump of those in with the meatloaf. Mmmmm Can't wait to eat it. Thank you for sharing.
By Roberta on July 17, 2012
This recipe really looks good. I like the idea of cooking them in a muffin pan. Also I think I'd add a little bit of cheese to the recipe.
By Anonymous on April 10, 2012
Ha ha ha ha ha!!!! Could not stop laughing at this video. We just love the Deans. We use quite a few recipes of yours over and over again, by request of course. Thank you for bringing me into your kitchen. I really felt like I was there. (I wish) Take care and keep cookin!!!
By Toni Saltmarsh on April 10, 2012
I make mini meatloaves alot but I always use oats instead of bread crumbs. I always topped mine with catchup, may try your topping recipe next time if I don't forget. LOL
By Sharon Carrington on April 10, 2012
Oh man those look great, if it wasn't so late I'd run in the kitchen and make them!! I use to cook 2 big meat loafs for my big family! At the time I still had 5 at home I did have 7 children, and I come from a family of 9 I was the second child born and I'll tell you mom and dad taught me how to cook, been doing ever since. Gets hard some times because of bad back, other ailments. I just keep trying to find the easiest electrics out there to make it easier and I love to had anything and everything to my casseroles. I love to season, I just put what comes into my mind yupp!!
I love watching your programs Paula I made the most gorgeous Turkey OMG! it came out so moist, I followed your directions, got to send you a photo of it sweetie!!how can I do that just made it 2 wks ago and now were having turkey salad oh my its so good!! Thank you very much for your incredible Turkey Recipe, next time I want to stuff it!! God Bless you Yal!! Marie Groves in Sebring Fl
By hazelnuteyes2u on February 24, 2012
I loved this video!!!!!!!!!!! Just like at home, so down to earth.
By Connie on February 15, 2012
Great idea! They look and soumd like they'd be wonderful.
By kara leigh aghijlar on October 11, 2011
I love your programs. I love your interaction with your sons. Paula,you make cooking fun,interesting and entertaining. thanks to your family for putting a smile on my face. You all remind me of a fun comedy routine. thanks for the laughs and knowledge.
PS great mini meat loaves!
By sherry cooper on August 09, 2011
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