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Leftover Meatloaf, Surf and Turf

Nothing says leftovers have to taste like leftovers. Any time you've got leftover meat with some gravy, you can re-heat it in this manner. Just be sure to keep the heat low, and don't overcook the meat. The meatloaf has already been cooked, and you don't want to overcook it, just warm it up.

By serving it with a different starch, vegetable, or salad, it becomes a new meal.






  • 2 Thick Slices Leftover Meatloaf With Gravy

1. I save any leftovers in a plastic container. Thick slices, with plenty of gravy.

2. To Re-heat:

Place the meatloaf in a small pot, with the gravy and a little water (1 - 2 tablespoons, depending upon how much gravy you've got. Turn the heat on low, cover and cook for 5 - 7 minutes. Flip the meat over, add a little more water, if it's drying up, or too thick, and give it another 5 minutes or so.

3. I served this with South West, Pepper Fried Potatoes, and it tasted as good as it did the first day.



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