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Old 03-30-2007, 08:36 PM   #1
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My! Ham Loaf recipe/with pics

My Ham Loaf recipe

2 pounds left over Ham / ground (I use my Kitchen Aid food grinder with
the coarse plate)

1 pound fresh ground pork, unseasoned (I buy this at the store)

2 cups Frosted Flakes (measure two cups of flakes then crush to about ¼
inch size)

3 eggs note; use one egg per pound of meet

1 Cup milk

1 Tablespoon dry mustard,

3 slices caned pineapple/depending on size of loaf

3 maraschino cherries/depending on size of loaf

¼ cup packed brown sugar

In a Large bowl mix ground Ham and ground pork together. You want to keep
the mixture lose, do not mix this like a ground beef meat loaf / keep it
lose.

In another bowl combine brown sugar and dry Mustard. Then add to Ham and
pork mixture. At this time add the Frosted Flakes to the loaf.

In a two cup measuring cup pore a cup of milk and add two eggs, mix slightly
and add to loaf. DO NOT! Over mix this! You do not want this to be a tight
mixture; it should be shaped in a loaf. But not packed tight in the pan.

Place 3 slices of pineapple on top and in the center of each pineapple
ring, place a maraschino cherry.

Bake at 350° for 45 minuets to 1 hour

Bon Appétit

Kim/AKA/Guts

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Old 03-30-2007, 08:54 PM   #2
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Great pics! How did it taste?

Did the Frosted Flakes and brown sugar make it very sweet?

Lee
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Old 03-30-2007, 10:21 PM   #3
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Great pics! How did it taste?

Did the Frosted Flakes and brown sugar make it very sweet?
Lee
No just right I believe... I have played with this recipe for about three years.
And I think it is just the way it should be. Hope you get a chance to try it.
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Old 03-31-2007, 01:29 AM   #4
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I found a ham loaf very similar to this one but no frosted flakes. I was a bit challenged as for sides. They suggest baked beans with fruit, coleslaw and a jelly roll style cake for dessert. (cracker crumbs)

This turns out to be a very nice meal plan. Thanks for the recipe. The pictures were very helpful in the way it is to be mixed.
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I found a ham loaf very similar to this one but no frosted flakes. I was a bit challenged as for sides. They suggest baked beans with fruit, coleslaw and a jelly roll style cake for dessert. (cracker crumbs)
I think some scalloped potatoes or some kind of potato gratin, would be nice addition.
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