Meatloaf is a great hearty snack. Fragrant and juicy, it is good both hot and cold. this roll, with delicious rosy barrels will attract the eyes of guests on the festive table. I assure you that after trying it, they will ask you for a recipe for its preparation.
To the minced meat, add Bavarian mustard, salt, ground black pepper, dry garlic, a mixture of herbs, egg and breadcrumbs. Pour in the milk and mix well until smooth.
Finely chop the walnuts and lightly fry in a dry pan.
Chop the onion into strips, chop the garlic and fry everything in vegetable oil until golden.
In a bowl, mix the fried onion with garlic, chopped walnuts, mustard, add salt and ground pepper. Mix everything until smooth.
Put the minced meat on the food film, in a uniform layer (about 0.7 cm) in the form of a rectangle.
On a layer of minced meat, put the cheese, cut into thin slices (it is necessary to retreat from one edge 2 cm and not reaching the other edge, about 10 cm).
Place the thinly sliced ham on top of the cheese layer.
Put the onion filling on the ham.
Roll up tightly, wrap in plastic wrap and roll on the table, compacting it.
On the food wrap, lay strips of bacon, overlapping, in the form of a Christmas tree.
In the middle, carefully lay the roll (free from the film) and wrap in strips of bacon in the form of a christmas tree.
Spread the foil on the table in three layers. Carefully transfer the roll to the foil, pigtail up. Wrap the roll not tightly in foil and put it in a preheated 180 - 190* oven for 50 minutes.
10-15 minutes before cooking, remove the roll from the oven, expand and pour the resulting juice. put The roll back in the oven to form a golden crust.
You can serve the roll both hot and cold, having prepared it the day before.
The roll turns out so juicy and delicious, just "lick Your fingers"!