Louisiana Sisters

Louisiana Sisters

Recipe to a Perfect Evening

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Louisiana kitchens are the perfect setting for great cocktails, dancing and great food. If the food does not turn out the way you envisioned (and sometimes this happens to the best of chefs) there is still great cocktails and plenty of love.

Let me start with the fact that I am not a big Meatloaf fan; but I have had so many people tell me that Louisiana Sisters’ All Natural Bloody Mary mix is a great addition to keeping the meatloaf juicy and light (which it did). The recipe that follows, along with the cocktails and dancing to Frank Sinatra while cooking the meatloaf made both my husband and I very happy. I would like to challenge all of you meatloaf lovers to put your twist on this recipe to see if you can make a meatloaf lover out of me too.

1 pound Angus Beef ground
1 pound Pork
1/4 onion chopped
1 egg
1/2 cup Louisiana Sisters’ All Natural Bloody Mary mix

Mix beef and pork and onions. Beat egg and Bloody Mary mix together then add to the meat mixture. Mix all ingredients well, then add to a loaf pan. Bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes.

Red Sauce
1/4 onion chopped
1 celery chopped
3 slices of bell pepper
1 can tomato sauce
Tomato paste, I love how it now comes in a squeeze tube (1/2 tlbs)
1/4 cup of Louisiana Sisters’ All Natural Bloody Mary Mix

Fry all vegetables in a little olive oil until translucent. Add tomato paste; fry for 1 minute. Add tomato sauce; fry for two minutes then add Bloody Mary Mix. Let this simmer for 30 minutes.

After cooking the meatloaf for 45 minutes; drain off excess fat, then add a nice helping of the red sauce on top, put back in the oven until done.
(I guess maybe another 30 minutes)

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