This was pretty good. I think it would have tasted better with a little bit of gravy, though. My husband and I agreed that it would have tasted better with a little gravy. Next time, I'll probably make some mushroom gravy (or cream of mushroom soup) to go with it and the mashed potatoes. It was good, though. Even my 7-year-old son liked it (with a little ketchup, of course)!
Turkey Mushroom Loaves
From EatingWell: December 2006
Making everyone their own individual meatloaf turns an everyday food into an easy, special-occasion main dish—and lean ground turkey makes them lighter. We love the leftovers on sandwiches too.
2 Reviews for Turkey Mushroom Loaves
I eat a lot of turkey burgers, and sometimes they seem a little dry. I tried adding onions, for a little moisture, but the mushrooms in this recipe did the trick. I will use this as my basic recipe from now on. I did use half 99%, and half 93% ground turkey, and also sauted my veggies with no oil. They were yummy!
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