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Judy M. August 22, 2020
I don't usually leave reviews and I cannot stand the reviews that tell us how "they" improved the recipe. I followed recipe EXACTLY. So sorry but it was barley edible. I would call it a bison mush loaf.
Charleen November 11, 2019
This was so good even if I didnt follow the recipe exactly. Hubby was reluctant to try bison so I added some ground pork to the base mixture. Bison was available in only 1 pound packs so I used 2 pounds bison and 1 pound ground pork. Also, I added 3 cloves finely minced garlic to the onion/mushroom mix. I think I should have let the onion/mushrooms cook a bit longer to dry it out because even though I drained it in a colander, when mixed with the meat the mixture was a bit loose so I added more panko. And more panko. Still loose but I went ahead and formed it in the baking pan and into the oven it went. Because of the pork I had to cook it to a higher temp (150 on my probe) and it charred, just shy of burnt, on the bottom but it didn't taste burnt. I opted to forgo the topping (too many other things going on in the kitchen). This was the best meatloaf ever! I loved it. Hubby loved it and said it was a keeper. And because it was a hugh meatloaf I gave some to my neighbor and he loved it. Will definitely make again with minor tinkering to tighten up the mixture.
Rebeccah March 17, 2019
This was by far the best meatloaf I’ve made. My family loved it. I was a bit short on time and didn’t feel like running to the grocery store so I opted to substitute fresh herbs for dried. I also added garlic to the mixture. The results were a delicious, juicy (but not sipping wet) meatloaf that my husband and kids LOVED. Thanks!!
chef L. March 4, 2012
Aside from adding more red pepper flakes, I made this as the recipe suggests. It was well received, moist, flavorful, simple enough, and the bison gives a kind of sweetness beef dosen't have. I'll be cooking this again.
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