In a savarin ring mold, place the bacon diagonally, like ribbons. Then fill the mold with the meat mixture.
Bake in a 180℃ oven for 30 minutes. Adjust the baking time/temperature if necessary.
When the juices run clear when poked with a toothpick, it's done.
Tilt the mold over a pan and drain the drippings onto the pan. On a large plate, flip the mold and take out the meatloaf. Be careful not to break it.
Decorate with the vegetables of your choice. If you are using carrots or okura, cook before use.
Add [b] in the pan with drippings and combine. Pour the sauce in the center of the meatloaf. Adjust the seasonings of the sauce as you like.
Story Behind this Recipe
I like to serve dishes with a "Christmas feel" to them on Christmas. Make rice balls in snowman's shape, and shape the potato salad into a Christmas tree. Then you'll have a dinner table covered in a Christmas-inspired feast!
It looks pretty when you place bacon slices diagonally like ribbons. You can also add quail eggs. I season the meatloaf with seasonings like Chinese chicken soup base.