Today’s recipe can be definitely categorised as proper comfort food. My Mini Pork Meatloaves with Courgette are really delicious and actually pretty good for you too! The addition of courgette provides moisture and you get your little green veg boost too!
Meatloaf seems to be huge in America. Proper hearty family favourite, not so much in the UK. I think it’s time to change that cause although it may sound a bit boring and samey, samey, it does, in fact, give you a lot of possibilities.
In this recipe I used pork mince and courgette with oregano but you could use turkey mince with grated carrot and some thyme? Same concept, completely different flavours. There are so many different possibilities, you can be really creative!
Of course you could make one big meatloaf instead of mini ones. It would be a bit tricky to brown it first so I would still roll it in breadcrumbs, spray or brush it well with oil and bake at 180C for approx 45-55 min. Slice and enjoy!
The main reason I like mini meatloaves is my kids. They cannot get enough of them and even though they can see “the green bits” they never, EVER, question them, EVER! 🙂 Now, that is HUGE! Another reason I prefer mini version is their portability. They make perfect snack for when on the go as they are delicious both hot and cold. They go so well with my Perfect Greek Tzatziki. They also freeze really well so you could make double batch and keep some handy in the freezer.
As for the sides, the culinary world is your oyster here but I like to serve mine with mash or some gorgeous duchess potatoes (Lidl Deluxe are lush) and simple carrot salad (recipe coming soon). Delish!
If you like this recipe you might like my Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Turkey Rolls which use turkey mince but there is no reason why you couldn’t make these with pork.
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Cook Once Eat Twice hosted by Corina at Searching for Spice
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Recipe of the Week hosted by Emily at A Mummy Too