LOW CARB CHEESE MEATLOAF
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I am sure you love Cheese.
But do you also love Meatloaf?
If yes, you would love this Low Carb Cheese Meatloaf.
If yes, then this is just a perfect dish for you.
We normally never make meatloaf at home. If I use minced meat, then it is mostly with our famous Low Carb Burgers, because I can hide whatever I want inside them and it is still loved all the time.
It was the way the packaged the whole dish with leeks. The vibrant color, just made me watch it again and again.
I was determined to do something, anything for that matter, where I can use the leeks to package it.
So I then thought of a meatloaf. And since I did not want it to be purely meaty, I thought of adding mozzarella inside to get that melting cheese effect.
Tried it and O my. It was really a nice dish.
And you are lucky enough to try it with us.
Do let me know what else did you put inside, so we can experiment with it a bit more since I am doing this recipe definitely again.
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And here is the whole recipe for the ones who need the full report:
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- 500g Minced Meat
- 1 Tbsp Dried Marjoram
- 2 Eggs
- 2 Buffalo Mozzarella
- 2 whole Leeks
- Heat up the oven to 180C (356F)
- Clean the Leak, cut approx 10cm from the white part and cut that into small pieces.
- Rest of the leek separate into a single leaves
- At the same time place a big pot with water to boil
- Once the water is boiled, place leak leaves inside for 3-4 minutes
- Remove the leak leaves from the water, pour cold water over them and set aside to dry a bit
- In a bowl mix minced meat, pre-cut white end leeks, eggs, marjoram, salt, and pepper
- Take a baking dish preferably in a shape of a toast baking pan
- Arrange the leek leaves on the bottom of the pan with sides leaning over
- Fill up the bottom and side of the pan with a minced meat mixture
- Add 2 mozzarellas inside and cover it with the rest of the meat mixture
- Cover the whole dish with the leaks end and if needed add more leaves, so the whole dish is covered.
- Place it in the oven and bake it for 50 minutes.
- I have baked it first covered for 40 minutes and then uncovered for remaining 10 minutes, so the leak leaves do not burn on top.
- Bon appetite
Per Portion: Calories 183Kcal, Carbohydrates 3g, Protein 11g, Fett 14g