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Yas said:I made an autoimmune friendly meatloaf yesterday that turned out delicious, here's the recipe:
1/2 kg of grounded meat (I get it very fatty)
As much bacon as you like.
Lard (it can also be tallow)
1 tbsp of Turmeric
Oregano to taste
Just chop the bacon in small pieces and mix everything together very well so that the salt and spices are well spread. (You can also add other spices if you're not sensitive)
Cut long slices of bacon to put on the glass dish so that it will have a bacon top :D
Put all the meat/spices/bacon/lard mixture on top of the bacon.
Put in the oven for 1 hour and 15-20 minutes. Temperature: around 180° C (you can rise the temperature during the last 15-20 minutes so I gets a nice colour)
I haven't tried the one with liver yet, but that would be next ;D
As you can see, I ate with bone broth on the top as a "cream" and it was REALLY delicious!
I'm going to make this right now! Gonna make two, mixing 1kg of beef with 1kg of pork. Your pictures motivated me to take the meat out of the deep-freezer.
Question about the bone broth pictured: How did you get it to be so creamy-looking? When I make it, it looks gelatinous rather than creamy.