Wagyu beef cooked on Cinder grill indoor precision grill cooked to perfection with Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

Wagyu Beef, Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

Wagyu Beef, Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf by Michelin Starred Chef John Critchley

Wagyu Beef, Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf has never been better when prepared on a Cinder Grill, cooked to precision. Our Chef recommends adding ground pork to the meatloaf as it enhances the dish, wrapping it in bacon protects the meat from drying out. (for those “carb-minded” folks, you may substitute 1 cup of Panko with 1 cup of mashed sweet potato)  

Wagyu beef cooked on Cinder grill indoor precision grill cooked to perfection with Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

Wagyu beef cooked on Cinder grill indoor precision grill cooked to perfection with Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

Serves 4-6

Ingredients:

  • 16 ounces Wagyu Beef, Ground
  • 16 ounces Heritage Pork, Ground (Can substitute Italian sausage)
  • 2 each Eggs, farm fresh
  • 1 each Onion, Minced
  • 3 TBSP Hoisin Sauce (Or your favorite thick condiment)
  • 3 TBSP Ketchup
  • 1 Cup Panko (Japanese bread crumbs)
  • 1 TBSP Ginger, Fresh, Minced
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 16 ounces Bacon, Applewood, Thick cut

 

Wagyu beef cooked on Cinder grill indoor precision grill cooked to perfection with Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

Wagyu beef cooked on Cinder grill indoor precision grill cooked to perfection with Heritage Pork, Applewood bacon Meatloaf

METHOD:

  1. Combine beef, pork, egg, onion, hoisin, ketchup, panko, and ginger in a large bowl and season with salt and pepper

  2. Mix thoroughly with hand and let chill for five to ten minutes while you prepare the bacon

  3. Using two sheets of parchment, lay the strips of bacon side by side on one of the sheets just barely touching.  Cover with the other sheet of parchment

  4. Gently roll with a rolling pin to flatten the bacon slightly

  5. Remove the top sheet of parchment and spoon the meatloaf mixture lengthwise in the center of the bacon creating an even rectangle

  6. Fold the bacon over the meatloaf mixture to seal it leaving the seal on the top

  7. Preheat your cinder grill to 225°F

  8. Cut your meatloaf into two pieces with a sharp knife in order to fit on the cinder grill

  9. Flip the meatloaf onto the cinder grill, seam side down, and gently close the lid

  10. Set a timer for 20 minutes

  11. Once the 20 minutes is completed, check the internal temperature of the meatloaf with a probe thermometer (you should be above 145°F, if not, close the lid and allow another 5 minutes of cooking)

  12. Once temperature has reached, gently scrape off the extra juice and fat  without removing the meatloaf, raise the temperature to 325°F on the cinder grill

  13. Set a timer for 8 minutes

  14. Once the 8 minutes is completed, gently remove the lid and inspect the loaf.  It should be golden brown and the bacon will be slightly crispy

  15. Remove the meatloaf and allow it to rest for 5-7 minutes before slicing

 

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