Meatloaf with potatoes and a creamy brown sauce

I love what Swedes call "husmanskost" - it's the everyday food that has always existed here. This is a common meal and if you get it right it's delicious. It's the first time I ever made it and I definitely need to be heavier on the seasoning next time, otherwise it was good. Interested in the recipe?
~500g mince
1 yellow onion
1 egg
1/2 dl breadcrumbs
3/4 dl milk
1/2 dl cream
Salt and white pepper
Soy colouring (Sojakulör) + 2 tblsp butter
6-8 potatoes
Brown sauce:
40g butter
1/4 flour or Maizena
1 dl cream
2 dl stock from the meatloaf
Salt, white pepper and soy colouring
How to:
Put your oven on 200°C.
Let your breadcrumbs swell for 10 minutes in the milk mixed with the cream.
Chop your onion finely and mix with the mince.
Add your egg and breadcrumb mixture to the mince.
Season with salt and white pepper.
Butter a bread tin and put all the mince in it.
Melt the butter and mix with the soy colouring and brush over the top of the meatloaf.
Cook for approximately 40 minutes in the oven.
Whilst the meatloaf is cooking, peel your potatoes and boil them in salted water.
When the meatloaf is ready, pour the stock from the tin into a seperate bowl.
Melt the butter for the sauce in a pan and stir in the flour/maizena.
Add the stock.
Add the cream.
Taste and season after your own liking.
Add soy colouring for the... colour, haha.
Serve with gurkins, lingon jam and maybe some steamed carrots!

Postat av: Sara Ekman

Såå gott :)

Svar: Ja, visst är det! :)
Nastasja Thor

2013-02-08 @ 11:22:28

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