Vegetable-Stuffed Turkey Loaf
Delicious Dish Perfect for Dinner"My husband and I both loved this recipe. I will make it again but want to tweak it a bit. I will add twice the minced onions, garlic and chili sauce. Other than that, it is a filling and tasty dish. Smells divine while cooking!" - Krenee
Yield: 6 Ready in 45 minutes
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|1 PoundGround turkey|
|1 egg; beaten|
|2/3 Cupquick cooking oats|
|1/4 Cupreduced-sodium chicken bouillon|
|3 Tablespoonschili sauce|
|1 TablespoonDried minced onion|
|1 TablespoonDried parsley|
|1/2 TeaspoonItalian seasoning|
|1/4 TeaspoonGarlic powder|
|1 10-oz Packagefrozen mixed vegetables; thawed and well drained|
|2 Slicesreduced fat, reduced-sodium American cheese; (1 ounce each)|
|chili sauce; Additional|
|1 Tablespoondried minced onion; minced|
Vegetable-Stuffed Turkey Loaf Preparation
1. In medium-size bowl combine turkey, egg, oats, bouillon, chili sauce, onion, parsley, Italian seasoning, garlic powder and pepper. Divide turkey mixture in half and set aside.
2. Coat an 8-X 4-X 2-3/8-inch loaf pan with non-stick cooking spray. Press one half of turkey mixture into loaf pan. Top turkey layer with vegetables. Top vegetable layer with cheese slices. Press remaining turkey mixture into loaf pan, sealing all edges.
3. Bake at 350 degrees F. 50 to 60 minutes or until turkey loaf is no longer pink in center. Allow to stand 5 minutes; unmold turkey loaf onto a plate. Garnish with additional chili sauce, if desired.
Republished with permission, National Turkey Federation
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