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Chef Shannon Overmiller shows you how to make tomato glaze.
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Hello! I’m Shannon Overmiller, the executive Chef of The Majestic in Old Town Alexandria.
Today, we just demonstrated how to form the meat loaf into loaves, uniform loaves for baking. Next, I’ll show you how to make the tomato glaze that you want to coat the tomato with. Basically at home, you just use ketchup and that’s fine. Of course, we just want to spruce it up a little bit, and we add some other ingredients to it. So, now I will show you how to make the meatloaf glaze and then will go into coating the meat loaf.
These are the ingredients that you will be using. Approximately two tablespoons of white vinegar, half a cup of molasses or dark corn syrup, two tablespoons of brown sugar, two tablespoons of whole grain mustard, two cups of ketchup, cup and a half of tomato paste.
So to make the glaze, simply what you do is take your ingredients put them into a mixing bowl and that’s all there is to it. Your mustard, your brown sugar, vinegar, it helps break down your sugar as well so you don’t get lumps other than the glaze and your molasses or dark corn syrup whichever you choose.
So now you just take this mixture and you mix it up. Incorporate all the ingredients together, folding it in until your liquids are absorbed and then you can be more vigorous but, so you don’t get all dirty. And that’s how you fold a mixture. Your spatula is rotated, that’s called folding.
And you want to add a little salt and pepper to this as well and taste for seasoning as we did before. No too much salt, started with a good amount. Good amount of pepper. That’s basically it, simple, just a little boost from ketchup. So, give it a taste. It’s good.
So now I’ll show you after we mix ingredients together, next I’ll show you how to coat the mea tloaf and then bake it.