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You know what’s better than a hot, juicy, meatloaf dinner? One that’s been MADE by the Rempel family. Yeah, you heard right. We’ve got a meatloaf recipe that’s so good, it’s practically legendary. And lucky for you, we’re feeling generous today, so we’re letting you in on our little secret.

First things first: the ingredients.

Meatloaf ingredients

Now, you might be thinking, “What’s so special about these ingredients?” but trust us, it’s all in the combination. You see, we’ve spent years perfecting this recipe, and we’ve found that the right blend of flavours is what really makes this meatloaf sing. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that it’s super easy to make.

Step 1: Mix it all together.

Mixing ingredients

After you’ve got all your ingredients prepped and ready to go, it’s time to throw them all together in a big ol’ mixing bowl. This is where the magic starts to happen. As you mix everything up, you’ll start to smell those delicious aromas wafting through your kitchen. It’s like a symphony of tastes and scents.

Step 2: Shape your meatloaf.

Shaping the meatloaf

Once you’ve got everything mixed up nicely, you’ll want to shape your meatloaf into a nice, thick loaf. We like to go for a classic meatloaf shape, but feel free to get creative. Maybe you want to make a meatloaf dinosaur? Or a meatloaf spaceship? The world is your oyster (or your beef, in this case).

Step 3: Stick it in the oven.

Meatloaf in the oven

Once your meatloaf is nicely shaped, it’s time to pop it in the oven. We recommend baking it for around an hour at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, but keep an eye on it to make sure it’s cooking evenly. And here’s a little tip from us: if you want a nice crusty top, brush some ketchup on the outside of the loaf about 10 minutes before it’s done cooking. Trust us, it’ll be amazing.

Step 4: Enjoy your masterpiece.

Sliced meatloaf

And there you have it! The Rempel family meatloaf. Once it’s finished cooking, let it rest for a few minutes, then slice it up and serve it with your favourite sides. We like mashed potatoes and corn, but you do you. And if you’re feeling really fancy, you can drizzle a little gravy over the top. Your taste buds will thank you.

So go forth and tackle that meatloaf recipe. We have faith in your abilities. And who knows? Maybe one day your meatloaf will be legendary too.

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