Stuffed meatloaf in the oven with green beans quick and easy
Stuffed meatloaf in the oven it is one of those quick dishes that everyone likes a little, even children who hardly eat meat. There are numerous variations (luckily we Italians like the variety of tastes and combinations!) This is the version with green beans stuffing, on the site you can also find the version with spinach stuffing and the classic one
Ingredients for 2/3 people
- 250 gr of minced meat of your choice;
- 3 slices of loaf or bread
- 100 gr. of cheese (Scamorza, Galbanino or Emmental)
- 150 gr. of faglioni
- 2 slices of cooked ham;
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoons of Parmigiano Reggiano
Preparation: 10 minutes Cooking: 30 minutes Execution: medium difficulty
How to make baked stuffed meatloaf with green beans
Put 3 slices of carrè bread in a saucer with some milk, let the milk absorb for a few moments and squeeze the slices of toast in order to create wet crumbs, chop them and put them in a large container together with the minced meat, the egg , Parmesan, pepper and two pinches of salt (some also add chopped parsley).
Work all the ingredients with your hands for a few minutes, in order to obtain a soft and compact dough. Spread the meat on a sheet of parchment paper or aluminum paper and create a circle / oval about one cm thick, flatten and level, spread the slices of cooked ham on top (mortadella or prosciuttella is also good)
and the slices of emmental (or scamorza or similar cheese, sweet auricchio is fine too),
with the help of parchment paper wrap the meatloaf on itself,
tightly close the flaps and the tips to prevent the milk from the cheese from coming out of the inside and opening. Grease a pan, cover the meatloaf with breadcrumbs and put a few flakes of butter on the meatloaf (or spread oil on the meatloaf and put the breadcrumbs on top, the difference will be in flavor, sweeter using butter).
Put in a preheated oven for 40 minutes at 180 °, covering with parchment paper for 30 minutes and the last 10 without parchment paper ... cut into slices and serve your stuffed meatloaf in the oven ... a good side dish could be a mashed potatoes or baked potatoes. oven and .... GOOD APPETITE !!
WINE TO MATCH: A Scavigna Rosso or a Bonarda OP
In this blog for wine pairings I have consulted the site most of the time: www.bodegasdevino.org
Stuffed meatloaf baked with green beans
Enjoy your meal!