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Welcome to the Yourcounty meatloaf recipe, if you have some feedback use our contact details below. This is a dish that can be served as a hot meal with vegetables and gravy, or in the summer cold with salad or maybe rice. It is very quick to make but the end result will be influenced by the quality of the beef and bacon you use you use. This recipe uses mixed herbs, you can of course adapt to your own taste (chilli, garlic or coriander for example). All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
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Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 90 Minutes
Ingredients: Serves 4
450g minced beef
100g bacon (pancetta if you can get it)
Pepper and salt
1 onion, finely chopped
1 teaspoonful of mixed herbs
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