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Turkey Meatloaf

Turkey Meatloaf recipe
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With the addition of onion, ketchup, oats and egg, ground turkey is transformed into a juicy, delicious meatloaf. Any leftovers make great sandwiches.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
5/18/2007
After reading comments about this recipe being bland, I decided to automatically add 1/8 cup of Kraft Zesty Italian dressing. It was a hit! Husband asked when I was making it again and 4yr old son who is a picky eater ate it too! He didn't even pick out/notice the onion! Will definitely make again, but this time will double up on everything. Oh and instead of using the whole egg, I used two egg whites.
posted:
3/13/2007
My husband loved it, but I couldn't finish my piece. I would highly recommend adding extra spices and fixin's, as mentioned previously.
posted:
1/30/2007
I've never been good at making meatloaf, but decided to try this one. I added celery and green pepper. This meatloaf was the closest to my Mom's that I've ever eaten. For a few minutes I forgot mine was made with turkey! The recipe was easy to double, so I have one to freeze. This will be a regular at my house and I may try some of the variations suggested by others.
posted:
11/15/2006
this recipe was okay, but i would call it more of a base recipe and urge people to add to it and play with it for more flavor. i omitted ketchup and served it with mushroom gravy. i did up the oats as suggested and i added celery and salt and pepper. oh i also added some worcestershire sauce. next time i will make it with stove stop instead of oats, which was also something someone suggested.
posted:
10/17/2006
i'm just starting to cook and i found this recipe to be very simple and it tasted extremely good i added a little more oats then the recipe and some onions. i am definitely going to make this again!
posted:
10/1/2006
I didn't even try it with the ketchup since it looked bland. I increased oats to 1C, omitted the onion, added a packet of Good Seasons and 1C chunky spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup. I topped the meatloaf with 1/4C sauce before baking to keep the top moist, and topped with a bit more before serving. Yum! Would also be good with melted cheese.
posted:
9/23/2006
Love it!! Very EASY!!! Will make this more often. Thanks for the idea!! I added some tomatoe sauce along with ketchup and a little brown sugar on as the topping. It was really good. I also mixed in some green/red peppers too. YUM!!!!
posted:
8/16/2006
I used ground turkey breast which decreased the fat content. It was very moist. I did use A1 instead of ketchup and I think it would be good using other sauces. It's definitely a good recipe to have on hand. It has made very good sandwiches.
posted:
7/28/2006
I used A-1 steak sauce instead of ketchup and another time used BBQ sauce.
posted:
7/18/2006
Like a few others, I altered the recipe. I doubled the ground turkey, adding a box of Traditional Sage Stove Top Stuffing, and 3 small eggs. Didn't use ketchup. This was easy and tastey, plus it made for great sandwiches the next day!
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