Upside Down BBQ Meatloaf
In this video, you’ll see how to make a super-imple meatloaf. When you don’t have time to chop and sauté a bunch of vegetables, here's the perfect dinner idea. It's an ideal meatloaf for lazy days and busy weeknights. The key here is the tasty spice blend: cayenne, chipotle pepper, garlic and onion powders; plus Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, a little Dijon and an egg. It takes about two minutes to prep this meatloaf. And it’s called “upside down” because you put the glaze on the bottom! This ingenious method braises the meatloaf from the bottom. Give it a try! Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John’s Upside-Down Barbeque Meatloaf. And, of course, if you like, use this method to make a more involved meatloaf with sautéed diced aromatic vegetables.