There are many different recipes for making meatloaf. However, generally when making a meatloaf, you will need meat, vegetables and some spices. One thing that you need to pay close attention to when making a meatloaf is its cooking time. The time for cooking a meatloaf will vary depending on the recipe and ingredients used.
The final meal began with potato knishes (potatoes and onions in puff pastry) that rendered the libation sweet and dark with a nice bite and OK oak. The main dish was slow cooker meatballs bbq in a cabbage, tomato, and onion sauce over brown rice, hardly a traditional white wine pairing. And yet things did work out fairly well. The drink tasted of caramel with light acidity and sweetness. Fresh strawberries definitely muted the wine, except for the oak, which bounced back excessively.
In a medium saucepan, pour the oil and heat it over medium heat setting. Then, add in the garlic and onion. Cook the garlic and onion until they have become aromatic and tender. Next, put in the pork meatballs and stir until it turns golden brown. Pour the water and add the tomato sauce quickly. Stir the mixture gently and cover the pan until it comes to a boil. Remove the cover and season the mixture with pepper. Pour in the soy sauce and stir some more. Cover the saucepan and simmer for 5 minutes. Afterward, put in the potatoes, diced carrots, bell pepper and some raisins. Use a spoon to stir the mixture and let the flavor blend evenly. Simmer the mixture until you noticed the liquid has reduced in amount. Remove the pan from heat and serve the stew in a serving bowl.
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