ingredients
  • Beef minced meat 600 grams
  • Cooked ham 200 grams
  • Smoked provola cheese 150 grams
  • Breadcrumbs as much as needed
  • Egg 1 • 130 kcal
  • Flour as much as needed
  • Rosemary a few springs
  • Parsley 1 tuft
  • Extra virgin olive oil as much as needed
  • pepper and salt to taste
Calories refers to 100 gr of product

The mini meatloaves are a simple and super greedy recipe stuffed with ham and cheese. It's so delicious that will drive children and adults alike crazy. As you cut them, you will find out a heart of cooked ham and stringy smoked provola cheese. The mini meatloaves are first browned in a skillet to create a golden and irresistible external crust, and then passed in the oven. The result is a soft and succulent delicacy, to be served as a main course or single dish with a salad or seasonal vegetables. So let’s find out how to prepare the mini meatloaves by following our recipe step by step.

How to make Mini Meatloaves

Collect the minced meat in a bowl, add the chopped parsley (1) and mix well.

Add salt and pepper and then season with a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil (2).

Make many small rectangles with the minced meat and spread over the cooked ham and a slice of smoked provola cheese (3).

Roll up the rectangle with the help of your hands (4).

Pass the mini meatloaves in the flour (5).

Beat the egg in a bowl and dip the mini meatloaves in it (6).

Drain the mini meatloaves and finally pass them in the breadcrumbs (7).

Pour two fingers of extra-virgin olive oil into a pan and put on the fire; once hot, arrange the mini meatloaves in the skillet (8) and cook them on both sides until they will be golden brown. Finally drain them, transfer them to a baking tray and bake them at 170 degrees C for about 20 minutes.

After the cooking time will be elapsed, take the mini meatloaves out of the oven and transfer them to serving dishes. Garnish with a little rosemary and serve (9).

How to store Mini Skillet Meatloaves

The mini meatloaves can be stored in the refrigerator for a maximum of 1-2 days, inside a special airtight container; before eating, heat them in the microwave oven or in the oven. You can also freeze them, if you prefer.