Super Spinach Spiral Meatloaf

Super Spinach Spiral Meatloaf

Rating:

(1 vote) 5 1

This meatloaf is mostly a basic meatloaf recipe. The filling is the difference! It is very easy to prepare and gets the kids to eating their spinach! Delicious!

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Barrington, NH

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 - 2 lb. ground beef
  • 1/2 lb. ground bulk sausage
  • 1 egg slightly beaten
  • 1/2 C. finely chopped yellow onion
  • 1/4 - 1/2 C. seasoned bread crumbs
  • splash of EVOO and worcestershire sauce
  • chicken broth as needed for moisture
  • 1/4 tsp. dried basil
  • 1/4 tsp. dried parsley
  • 1/8 tsp. dried rosemary
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 can spinach (or one carton frozen and thawed)
  • 1/2 lb. fresh mozzarella cheese

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Directions

In a large bowl, combine all ingredients up to the spinach. Blend well. (Using clean hands works best.) Lightly dampen workspace and put down 2 sheets of wax paper to make a space appx. 19x16-inches. Spray wax paper with cooking oil spray. Place meat mixture onto wax paper and spread out to make a rectangle a little smaller than the wax paper. After getting it evenly spread, place sliced pieces of mozzarella and drained spinach all over. Start from the end towards you and using the wax paper start rolling in jelly roll style. When you get to the end, tightly seal all edges together. Place seam side down in a greased 9x13-inch baking pan. Cook in a preheated 375-degree oven for 30 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees for the rest of the cooking time: 35 -45 more minutes. Let rest before cutting. 

Reviews (7)

  • You just use the wax paper to start rolling meat, make sure it does not get rolled in with the meatloaf

    Flag as inappropriate tazz95230  |  September 13, 2008

  • If using wax paper to roll up, how do you get it out before baking? Or do you just use to get roll started?

    Flag as inappropriate kagy1946  |  September 12, 2008

  • I HAD NO IDEA WHAT EVOO WAS TILL READ THE COMMENTS.

    Flag as inappropriate  |  September 12, 2008

  • As far as I know, Rachel Ray was the first person I ever heard use EVOO. I believe she coined the shortcut!

    Flag as inappropriate mamacloud  |  September 12, 2008

  • This recipe must be from Rachael Ray since she is the only person who thinks that it is too cute to say "EVOO" which means Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I would suggest that next time an abbrevation is used, make a note what it means for others.

    Flag as inappropriate kimluve  |  September 12, 2008

  • What a good idea! I will have to try this recipe, and I'm sure, looking at the ingredients, it will be awesome. I may try it with a little feta cheese, also, to give it a little Mediterranean kick!
    By the way - EVOO is Extra Virgin Olive Oil-it's used so much more often in cooking now, we've taken to shortening it.....

    Flag as inappropriate TraciK  |  June 20, 2008

  • What is EVOO? Sounds delish can't wait to try it as soon as I know what EVOO is. Thanks.

    Flag as inappropriate arlenealbetski  |  June 18, 2008

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