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Glazed Meatloaf

Glazed Meatloaf
Recipe By: Navid

About this Recipe:

NavidNavid: There are many meatloaf recipes available out there. Some recipes call for milk and oatmeal which make it more like a breakfast dish. I personally look at meatloaf as a homemade steak and therefore don't want any milk in it. To provide moisture for the meatloaf, instead of milk I am using Worcestershire sauce (or steak sauce). For the meatloaf glaze, some people use mustard but I prefer the taste of balsamic vinegar which make this a superb dish.

Main Ingredients:

Ground Beef: 1 pound or 0.5 Kg
Onion: 1 medium, chopped
Garlic: 1 clove, small chopped
Egg: 1, beaten
Salt: 1 tsp
Pepper: 1/4 tsp
Olive Oil: 2 tbsp
Bread Crumb: 1/2 cup
Worcestershire Sauce: 2-4 tbsp (or replace it with your favourite steak sauce)
Fresh Parsley: 2 tbsp, chopped

Glaze Ingredients:

Ketchup: 1/3 cup
Brown Sugar: 1 tbsp
Balsamic Vinegar: 2 tbsp (replace it with Cider Vinegar if you don't have balsamic)


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

2. Heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a frying pan and saute onion and garlic until just soft. Remove from the heat and cool.

3. Mix them with all other main ingredients. Shape into a loaf and transfer into a baking dish.

4. Mix all glaze ingredients and keep aside.

5. Bake meatloaf for 50 min.

6. Pour the glaze mix over it and bake for 10 more min.

7. Let it cool for 5-10 min. Cut and serve.

Published on May 29, 2008

Herbs & Spices in this Recipe:

Balsamic Vinegar
Balsamic Vinegar

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Roast Beef Sandwich Recipe
Roast Beef Sandwich

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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
1 hour
Ready in
1 hour and 15 min
Recipe by
43 Ratings
Average rating: 4.47

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Comments: 26

Carolyn, Guest2008 Oct 26
Made this for the first time. Super easy and it turned out really well.

Amanda, Guest from: Lefaivre, Ontario2008 Nov 08
We make this all the time...it's so YUMMY and my 15 month old loves it!!!

Klaudia, Guest2008 Nov 14
What a delicious meatloaf!!!! I would suggest to bake it on 350 for first half hour and than 375 for the next half hour.

Regenia Walker, Guest from: Port Perry, Ontario2008 Nov 25
Simply loved the meatloaf. It really did taste like meat. We all enjoyed it very much. My son who dislikes meatloaf finished all the leftovers. The glaze was excellent, adding a very nice flavour. Thanks so much!

A, Guest2009 Jan 30
Very tasty, the kids loved it and so did the adults.

Chris, Guest from: NZ2009 Feb 02
Average rating: 2
I will not be using this meatloaf recipe again.

Marlene Thornton, Guest2009 Mar 05
I make my own recipe out of my head. This is very close to mine. I use soy sauce instead of vinegar. I also use white sugar if I do not have brown. I have been in bed, and have not ate for 5 days. I can't go no longer with out food, and I am making meat loaf right now with mashed potatoes, and carrots. There is nothing like meatloaf

Kara, Guest from: Auckland, New Zealand2009 May 26
Average rating: 4
Yummy. Excellent on a cold winters day.

Premardurand, Member2009 Oct 09
Average rating: 5
Simple, yet delicious, what makes it so special is the balsamic to the sauce, I made extra to use to reheat the leftovers with..will be my favorite one

JaxBerry, Guest from: Alberta, Canada2009 Oct 13
Average rating: 5
Thoroughly enjoy this recipe, and I got the ultimate compliment from my husband wow, even better than my mom's!, so thanks!

Bernard, Guest from: Vancouver Bc Canada2009 Oct 13
Average rating: 4
i love this recipe but i omit the onion n garlic because the thin the blood and I dont use the bread crumbs cuz its not a turkey dinner egg will do fine fresh italian parsely

VL, Guest from: Montreal, Quebec2009 Oct 18
Average rating: 5
Thank you Navid for this delicious recipe! It will be definitely a keeper!

Elgin, Guest2009 Oct 20
i was just wondering i f i can substitute ground beef with ground pork? husband doesn't eat beef

Guest, Guest2009 Oct 20
Elgin: if your husband can't eat beef, try substituting bison (buffalo). it tastes like beef, but is leaner and better for you.

Elgin, Guest2009 Oct 21
thank you.......

Ashley, Guest2009 Dec 14
Average rating: 5
I'm trying this for the first night tonight for my boyfriend i cant wait to try it ...and the results it was awosme !!!

BraedonT, Member2010 Jan 18
Average rating: 5
im normally not a fan of meatloaf but this is abslutly superb

S, Guest2010 Feb 16
Great recipe. Super easy and tastes great. Very easy to modify too.

Connie, Guest2010 Mar 31
Average rating: 5
I have always enjoyed meatloaf but this one is tops. I didn't have enough worstershire sauce and no steak sauce so I put in half worstershire and half barbeque and it was great! I've since been to the store for some HP sauce and Worstershire sauce and will be using them both in equal parts when I make this again next week. And another use for balsamic vinegar besides for salads. I have a new favorite meatloaf recipe. Thanks for sharing it!

Ian, Guest from: Manitoulin Island, Ont. Canada2010 Nov 22
Average rating: 5
By far the best meatloaf recipe...kids love it!

Roast Recipes, Guest from: USA2011 Feb 25
Average rating: 5
How lean should the hamburger be for this dish?I think I went to lean..Great recipe I will try again real soon.

Jennifer, Guest2011 Apr 07
Average rating: 5
I have made this meatloaf 5 times, and everytime it seems to get better! I have tweeked a few ingredients (eg. more garlic) and everyone raves about it.....i have never been a meatloaf fan but crave my own now!! :-)

Elle, Guest2011 Nov 27
Average rating: 5
I use this recipe all the time!.. This glaze is so delicious, I add red wine vinegar as well as balsamic. I also add half of a package of onion soup mix to the meat mixture... Serve with roasted garlic mashed potatoes (skin on) and steamed broccoli.. Mmm!!!

Genny, Guest2011 Dec 18
Average rating: 5
this recipe is amazing! i make it at least twice a month, if not more. the glaze is so tasty!

Aurore, Guest from: Wales Uk2012 Jan 23
Average rating: 5
My very favorite meatloaf receipe. Been making this for years. And we are vegetarians. I just substitute veggie mince for the beef. Fantastic! And I actually make a little bit more balsamic gravy cause it's so good!!! And then the next day I slice upi the leftover and use it in a sandwich

Bec, Guest from: Australia2012 May 29
Average rating: 5
Yummiest meatloaf I have ever had

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