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Der Gothmann: The Humanoid Boogie

It's full of Humanoid Rock'n'Roll.

Well worth the wait, is the recipe I present today.  This is ideal for the deep winter, especially if you happen to inhabit the temperate areas close to the Arctic Circle, like, say, British Columbia.

Served up for dinner with sautéed potatoes, honey roasted carrots and some crispy garlic baguette.

 

Serves 3-4

You will require:

500g minced pork

2 medium sized eggs

2 slices of bread

Splash of milk

1 red pepper

Approximately 100g  of mushrooms

Pinch of chilli powder

2 garlic cloves

6 slices of bacon

Oil

Mixed herbs

Instructions:

  • Remove the crusts from the bread and dice into small squares.
  • Mix eggs with milk in a bowl and add the bread squares.
  • Dice the pepper and fry gently in a little oil.
  • Dice mushrooms finely and fry in a separate pan
  • Finely chop garlic and add to mushrooms when nearly cooked. Fry on med/low for a few minutes.
  • Once both pepper and mushrooms are cooked, set aside to cool slightly.
  • Mash up bread, egg and milk mixture with a fork.
  • Mix mince, pepper, mushroom, bread mixture, chilli powder and mixed herbs thoroughly in a bowl.
  • Rub a little oil all over a loaf tin. Line with slices of bacon, thinnest part at the bottom, allowing the fat part to hang over the edge of the tin.
  • Spoon the mince mixture into the bowl and press firmly.
  • Wrap the loose bacon over the top of the loaf.
  • Put in centre of a preheated oven at gas mark 4.
  • After an hour, remove the meatloaf and drain the excess oil.
  • Put the tin back in at gas mark 5 for half an hour.
  • Turn out onto a plate and allow to rest for five minutes.
  • Slice, serve.
  • Eat it bitches.

Once removed from the tin, It should look something like this:

The finished article.

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