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Savory Turkey Meatloaf Florentine

Savory Turkey Meatloaf Florentine recipe
photo by:kraft
Our honey-mustard glazed Turkey Meatloaf Florentine is full of onion, garlic, red peppers—and spinach, of course.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
8/28/2006
Not bad! Original tasting meatloaf!
posted:
7/29/2006
I also used breadcrumbs rather than cream of wheat and this came out very good! so flavorful and yummy! will definately do it again.. We wished we had some mashed potatoes for the side :)
posted:
6/7/2006
This was so delicious and very easy! I had no cream of Wheat, so I used breadcrumbs and sprinkled it with Parm cheese instead of the mustard and honey. It was awesome!
posted:
4/25/2006
I loved it, it was very moist and tasty.
posted:
11/18/2005
My family loved it, it's very tasty and moist, all the flavors go so good together :)
posted:
12/13/2004
if no cream of wheat then u could just use the 1 1/2 lbs of ground turkey and mix in spinach, a little bread crumbs, ketchup, BBQ sauce, parm. cheese and onions with a little seasoning - very good - even better the next day 2
posted:
12/4/2004
great recipe- colorful, flavorful and delicious. I love coming back to this one and my family loves it too!
posted:
5/10/2004
I made a slight alteration for the summer to this recipe. I took out the ketchup, and left off the honey and mustard and made them into burgers to grill! My husband loved them! Plus they are better for you than regular burgers!
posted:
4/14/2004
Slightly sweet, easy, and a very pleasant alternative to heavier beef meat loaves! I am adding this to my "best of" collection!
posted:
6/9/2003
I was a little put off by the green color at first, but the flavor more than made up for it. This meatloaf was even better re-heated the next day.
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