2 eggs beaten
3/4 cup bread crumbs
1/2 cup tomatoe juice (or ketchup)
2 tbsp. fresh parsley, chopped
1/2 tsp. oregano
salt and pepper to taste
1 clove garlic, minced
2 lb. extra lean ground beef (try bison)
8 thin slices of fat free or lean ham
1 1/2 cup low fat shredded mozarella

Combine first 8 ingredients. Roll out on waxed paper or foil. Place ham and cheese with in an inch of the border. Roll up from the long side and place edge down. and seal ends. Bake at 350 for 1 1/2 hours.

Very tasty and makes very good sandwiches the next day.

I made this for a family that had picky eaters and they all loved it.
(the meat around the ham does stay pink, don't worry it is cooked through)


  1. What a great looking company dish. Sounds very good and one that I'm certain to keep in mind. Thank you!

  2. I like those kind of recipes especially when they are good as leftovers. I love the combinations of ham/hamburger...

  3. WOW, this looks awesome. I am going to serve this soon. Will take pics and let you know what the response is.
    Have a happy day, Candy

  4. That sounds great...and simple enough. It's a new twist on meatloaf!

  5. Great recipe Char. I agree this would be good for sandwich meat. We like bison so that may soon be on the menu!

  6. This sounds so delicious. . .and I was hungry for a meatloaft idea too .. this one makes simple meatloaf fancy schmancy!

  7. I made an italian meatloaf that is very similar and serve it with garlic mashed potatoes. It's very good!

  8. "Sicilian"? So there really is a mennonite mafia! LOL.

  9. I thought this would be one of Anneliese's recipes since, while stopping by her mom's years ago I had to ask what the wonderful smell was that just made my mouth water... it was sicilian meat roll! She added broccoli for extra goodness she said :)
    I love guessing who's submitting these yummy recipes!