I start with what is essentially an optional step by boiling three eggs. Place the eggs in cold water and bring to the boil on the stove top. I want to put these eggs inside my meatloaf. This is OPTIONAL.
Place roughly a kilogram minced meat in a mixing bowl and crumb one slice of bread into the bowl.
This is what it should look like more or less.
Roughly beat 1 egg and add it to the bowl.
Add half a cup (125 ml) sour milk/amasi.
Add half a cup (125 ml) tomato sauce. I use hot sauce that I mix myself.
For the hot sauce, fry crushed garlic and ginger in a little oil. Add 4 litres tomato sauce and 2 litres chilies sauce. Bring to the boil and allow to simmer for about ten minutes. Cool down and return the bottles. It lasts for months and is a perfect condiment.
Add a finely chopped onion.
Add basil, thyme and oregano. If you don't have fresh herbs you can use 5 ml (1 teaspoon) each dried herbs.
Add 15 ml (3 teaspoons) soy sauce. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Mix everything together.
Prepare a bread tin with non-stick spray. Put 1/3 of the meat into the bottom of the tin. Put your three eggs in a row down the center of the meat.
Cover the eggs with the remaining meat.
Bake for about 50 minutes in a preheated oven at 200°C.
Pour off any excess fat that may have been in the meat.
Loosen the sides and turn out on a plate.
See how lovely it looks with the eggs inside?
I recommend serving it with fresh salads. What is your perfect accompaniment?
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