The problem is my moms recipe is the "a little bit of this and a little bit of that" type of recipe. So can you blame me for getting the proportions wrong? I used way too much meat. Enough meat to make 2 whole loaves, but only put in enough other ingredients for one. So it was kind of bland.
I sliced the onion really thin because I don't like chunks of onion. And I should have used more onion for the amount of meat I used.
Then I diced up the onion and threw all the ingredients in a big bowl (except for the carrots potatoes and bouillon).
Then you mush it all together. It's messy.
Form it into a loaf (or in my case, two loaves) and bake it until browned.
Cut up the carrots and potatoes and place around the loaf and cover with beef broth and bake until meat is cooked through and veggies are tender.
Finished product. Before I took the meatloaf out of the oven I made a mixture of ketchup and Worcestershire and slathered over the top of the meat. It was really good.
Really really good.