Smoky, Barbequed Meatloaf and Steak Fries

Ingredients

Meatloaf:
1 pound ground pork
2 cups of bread crumbs, Panko are a nice and hearty choice
2 teaspoons granulated garlic
1 teaspoon dried tarragon
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup of barbeque sauce, I really like Sweet Baby Ray’s
1/2 cup ketchup
1 baked potatoes per person, plus one extra

Preparation

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In a large bowl, combine;
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In a small bowl, combine;
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Egg
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Worcestershire sauce
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Combine that mixture with the meat
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Knead until well blended
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Add the onions and mix well
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In another small bowl, mix together;
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Bread crumbs
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Granulated garlic
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Tarragon
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Pepper
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I like the dry ingredients to be well blended
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Add the dry mixture to the meat mixture and combine
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Line a pan or baking sheet with aluminum foil
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Split the meat mixture in two
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Form two large oval/rectangular shaped loaves
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Refrigerate until ready to grill
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Mix together;
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Barbeque sauce
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Ketchup
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Spread generously over the two loaves
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You may require two spatulas to transfer the loaves from the pan to the grill, placing it directly on the grates
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Reduce heat to medium-low
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Cook over indirect heat for 50-60 minutes, or until an instant read thermometer, inserted horizontally near the top, reaches 155°.
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Remove the loaves from the grill and allow to stand for an additional 10 minutes
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In the meantime, you can get started on some homemade steak fries.
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Steak Fries:
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Couldn’t be easier! These are so delectable that I usually figure one baked potato per person plus one extra for the group.
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Pre-heat the oven to 375°
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Line 2-3 baking sheets with aluminum foil (for super cinchy cleanup)
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Scrub the potatoes
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Cut the potatoes in half
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Cut each half into eighths
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Place steak fries on the baking sheet, lined up like little soldiers
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Drizzle with oil and brush to apply evenly
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Sprinkle with;
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Course sea salt
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Cracked black pepper
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Flip the potato wedges over
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Sprinkle with salt and pepper
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Cook for approximately 35 minutes, until nice and golden brown
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Slice the meatloaf and serve it with a side of fries!
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About

As the More is More Mom®, I’m all about…..more tasty and tangy meals to feed my family! Doesn’t a good, old fashioned, meatloaf sound delicious? The problem, I find, with baking meatloaf in a loaf pan, is the fat. It always results in kind of a gross, congealed layer. That certainly doesn’t sound terribly appetizing. I, however, have the perfect solution…..grill it!

The beauty of the grilling method is that all of the juices drip down onto the flames, creating a nice, smoky flavor for the meat. It’s kind of like grilling a gi-normous hamburger patty, and who doesn’t like that?

Frequently I will prepare the meatloaf mixture the night before, or earlier in the day for a quick and simply prepped meal.

Yield:

6

Added:

December 16, 2010

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