Meatloaf a little different...

As I probably mentioned it before it's hard to buy here a nice cured/smoked meat for your sandwich. If you don't like ham, corned beef or chicken all the time you will have a hard time either in Ireland and/or UK. I'm used to a huge choice of cured meats, sausages, smoked meat etc. as it's a big part of Polish culinary tradition. My Hubby decided to do something about that. He made something very delicious. One slice of that (kind of) meatloaf on your fresh bread, sliced tomato, hot tea and I don't need anything else...

How to make it...

- 300 g minced pork meat
- 2 raw chicken breasts, flattened
- 200 g mushrooms, chopped
- 1 big onion, diced
- 1 raw eggs
- 2 cloves of garlic, diced
- breadcrumbs
- salt, pepper, paprika
- oil of olives

On a pan and a little bit of oil fry onion and mushrooms. Leave to cool. Mix your minced meat with raw egg, onion and mushrooms, garlic, 2 tablespoons of breadcrumbs and season with salt, pepper and paprika. Cover and put into the fridge for few ours so all the flavours mix together well.
Preheat your oven to 200 C. Take your mixed meat mixture and now you can do it on two ways - either flatten your mixed meat, lay chicken breast on top and roll or other way round - put your chicken breast on the board, spread your mixed meat on top and roll. Cover your ready 'roulade' in breadcrumbs and put into a long baking dish (I used a loaf tin) previously spread evenly with oil of olives. Put your meatloaf into the oven. Bake in 200 C for first 10 minutes, lover the heat to 180 C and continue baking for another 50 minutes.
We ate it as a sliced meat on sandwiches, but it will be also great for a dinner - just make some gravy, mash and a salad :)