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GFE ft Turkey Meatloaf (B.I)

GFE ft Turkey Meatloaf (B.I)

No_Jams
Nov 11, 2017, 5:26 PM 1

This recipe was created by a user on Genuine Kitchen. All rights are theirs.

 

 

This is my first time making meatloaf in general. It's not very hard but you got to be careful that the texture is right and that it is fully cooked. Below is the recipe. If you need more instructions, please go to the original recipe.

Recipe: Please support organic farmers in both meat industry and agriculture!!!!

Ground meat- this can be any type. Beef, turkey etc...I just used turkey for mine.

2 tsp of Worcestershire sauce

3/4 cups of ketchup (aka catsup)

1 egg

1/2 cup of bread crumbs (you can always crumble some pieces of bread- Dave's Prison bread is really good but any will work)

Salt

Pepper

Butter

1 onion

3 cloves of minced garlic or 1 1/2 teaspoons of preminced garlic

Making it:

Chop up your onions and with the garlic, brown both of them in a very buttered pan. Once nicely browned, set in a bowl and let them cool.

Once cool add your ground meat. Now the recipe called for 1 1/2 pounds of meat, I believe, but the usual packages (well for me) are 3 pounds...that sounds too much... remember to add more ingredients accordingly. Add in the Worcestershire sauce, 1/4 cup of ketchup, salt and pepper to your discretion, breadcrumbs and egg (might need too).

(You can also add in shredded carrots so that you're loaf isn't bready....make sure to even it out)

Mix well

Place in greased loaf pan and spread remaining 1/2 cup of ketchup on top. Stick in a 400° (yours may be different....be careful) for 45 mins or until done.

Viola, your turkey meatloaf is ready. Serve with any side dish. Recommended side dishes are down below.

Recommended Side dishes:

In the picture, I used some sweet pickles, sauerkraut, sweet potato and peas. I will definitely say that pickles and sauerkraut goes really well.

Cornbread always go awesome with this.

Please feel free to experiment! Let me know any recipes I should try and thanks for reading this!

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