How to Make Mozzarella Stuffed Meatloaf

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Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m
showing you how to make
Mozzarella Cheese Stuffed Meatloaf
This is my famous cheese stuffed meatloaf and boy is it deliciuos!
Start by preheating your
oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and
lightly grease a 9 by 13 pan. Add about
1 1/2 pounds of lean ground beef
to a mixing bowl pour in 1 cup of
dried breadcrumbs. Then we’ll season with
1 teaspoon each of dried basil, dried
parsley, dried oregano, salt and last of all
black pepper. Pour in 1/2 cup of
milk and 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
and then get the in there with
your hands and knead it all together
Once everything seems fairly evenly
distributed you’re gonna grab half of
the meat and shape it into a little base
in your prepared 9 by 13 pan. So I just
kind of squish it out into the general
shape of the base of the meatloaf then
pile on 8 ounces of sliced fresh
mozzarella cheese in the middle.
Then grab the rest of your meat and we’re
gonna shape it on top. If you just squish
it out a little again and get it on top
you’ll be able to fold up the edges and
seal them all together. Make sure you
seal it well so that the mozzarella
cheese doesn’t melt out anywhere. Then, it wouldn’t be a delicious meatloaf without
a delicious glaze to go on top. My glaze
starts with 1 cup of ketchup and you’ll
want to stir that together with 1/4 cup of brown sugar, 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon of
red wine vinegar, 2 cloves of minced garlic
about 1/8 of a teaspoon of salt,
and just a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Stir this all together and drizzle about half
of it onto your meatloaf. I use the back
of my spoon to spread it around but once
the spoon touches the meat it is
contaminated and cannot go back into the
bowl. Then pop this into the 350 degree oven
for 45 minutes. Now after 45 minutes
you’ll want to pull it back out of the
oven and then we’re gonna pour on
sauce. Then return the meatloaf to the
oven for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes the
glaze will be all bubbly and starting to
caramelize and then you are ready to eat!
Thanks for watching! You can find the
full written recipe in the video description.
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28 comments

  1. The thumbnail and the beginning of this video 🀀🀀🀀

  2. Thank You Chef, I do mine with Red Bell peppers and onion, and sharp cheddar mixed thru. Instead of ketchup I spread bbq sauce over it. I can’t wait to try your glaze. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  3. Hmmm, I'm trying to think about how to help America say Worcestershire. It always comes out "wrrshshrshrshrr".
    In England we'd say (regional accents vary slightly) 'woostuh-sheer'. So if you have an American accent, you probably need to say it like this:

    'Wuster-sheer'. It's that second 'r' in woRcestershire you need to drop. I know Americans pronounce their Rs, but even regional accents in the uk that also pronounce their Rs, will drop that second R. Someone from Gloucester would say "wusterrrsheerr".
    Hope this somehow helps lol

  4. I never understood why meatloaf received a bad reputation on TV, back in the 80's. I've always loved it, and this looks STUNNING.

  5. Hello there …wondering you can make a marble cake loaf please…thanks…..love your recipe……

  6. I made this about 3 weeks ago using your older video from 2016. It was great and I will make again! Your production value has increased dramatically in the past 3 years as has your kitchen. Keep up the good work!

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