Meisturwurst Pork-Bavarian MeatLoaf with Creamy Butter-Garlic Cheesy Spinach and Mushroom Sauce

Prep Time: 20 Min

Cook Time: 20 Min

Serves: 6-8



• 6-8 slices Meisterwurst Pork Bavarian Meatloaf—1“thick

• 600 g whole Button Mushrooms—OR Portobello  Mushrooms—thickly sliced—peeled, washed &  dried on paper towel

• 4-6 cloves Garlic—finely minced

• 1 medium Onion– finely chopped

• 3 cups whole Baby Spinach Leaves—washed

• 150-200 g Sun Dried Tomatoes in Oil—set aside 1 tbsp of the oil for use in cooking—available in most supermarkets in cans / jars

• ¾ cup Fresh Parmesan Cheese—grated

• 2-3 tbsp Salted Butter

• ½ cup White Wine—any local one will suffice

• 1½ cup rich OR light Cream

• 1 tbsp Dried Mixed Italian Herbs—Oregano, Rosemary, Thyme, Basil & parsley

• 1 tbsp Fresh parsley—chopped

• 1 tsp Corn starch—Optional



  1. On medium heat, melt the butter in a skillet / wok & lightly sauté the onions & garlic for about 1 min  or until nicely fragrant

  2. Add the sundried tomatoes & its oil to the butter & cook for abt 2 mins, releasing the flavours.

  3. Now add in the whole Button Mushrooms or sliced  Portobello Mushrooms & cook for 5-6 ins

  4. Add the white wine & let the mixture reduce to half  its consistency—all the while scraping any sticky  bits at the bottom of the skillet

  5. Reducing the flame to low, now you can add in the  cream—simmering while stirring occasionally

  6. Season with the salt & pepper to taste

  7. While this simmers, add to the mix the spinach leaves, letting it wilt just sufficiently before  adding the Parmesan Cheese

  8. Allow the sauce to simmer another 1 min while the  cheese melts through & the sauce thickens—if  you wish to have a thicker consistency, add a  milk/cornstarch mix & stir till you reach the thick-  ness you want

  9. Add in the herbs to the reduced & almost ready sauce—give a stir & remove from heat

  1. Garnish with a sprinkle of Freshly chopped Pars-  ley

  2. Serve over sides of Creamy Smashed Potatoes/  Cauliflower & Steamed String Beans/Carrots/  Broccoli/Peas or even a Vegetable & Herb Rice

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