Meatloaf was one of the first things I’ve smoked on the Traeger. I’ll never make it any other way. It is so flavorful and juicy. Once you smoke a meatloaf, you will never go back to your oven...ever.
Meatloaf is fun to make because you can get creative and add whatever suits your fancy. I was fortunate enough to have elk for this recipe, but sometimes I use a mix of meat. It always turns our great. Season everything to your taste. Cause your taste is what matters in the end, right?
Heat your Traeger to 225˚ Super Smoke if available. Mix all ingredients and form two loaves. Place them on grill and smoke for 1 hour. Raise the temperature to 325˚ until an internal temperature of 160˚ is reached.
Towards the end, start basting them with Traeger ‘Que or your favorite BBQ sauce. Let rest for around 15 minutes before cutting.
Toss the Baby Dutch yellow potatoes in some Enchanted Olive Tuscan Herb Olive Oil (or whatever olive oil you have), then season with Jacobsen Smoked Salt and a pinch or so of Black Pepper.
Place on the grill when you up the temperature to 325˚ and roast until tender. Probably around 1 hour.
Toss the asparagus in The Enchanted Olive Wild Mushroom & Sage Olive Oil. Season with Jacobsen Sea Salt and a pinch or so of black pepper.
We don't like mushy vegetables and these don't take long to cook. Add them right before taking meatloaf off grill until tender.Print