Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Using a glass or stainless steel loaf pan, line the bottom with slices of green pepper. In a mixing bowl, mix all ingredients and mix very well. If hamburger seems too wet, add more bread crumbs, a little at a time. When mixed well, press into the loaf pan, making a well in the sides of loaf pan, for drippings to pool. Cook 1-1 1/2 hours until juices run clear.
I serve this with just a salad because you already have your meat with rice in it and the salad serves as your vegetable.
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A Mexican friend served a dish that resembled a meatloaf done like a jelly roll. It appeared to have grated, cooked carrots and mustard inside the meatloaf roll. Can anyone supply a recipe for a dish like this?
I do a jelly-roll style meatloaf. But I use chopped spinach, salt and pepper, and parmesan cheese inside. The spinach keeps the loaf very juicy. My kids even love it! (07/10/2005)
Here's a good jelly-roll meatloaf recipe. Take your hamburger and mix what you normally do to make a regular meatloaf. I use 2 eggs, some oatmeal, onions, 1/2 cup ketchup, and some seasoned breadcrumbs. Then flatten out the hamburger mix. In the middle, put chopped green peppers and mozzarella cheese. Roll up, put in loaf pan, and cook @350 for 40 - 60 minutes, until done. Delicious! (07/12/2005)