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November 27, 2005 at 12:56 am #1904

TURKEY MEATLOAF. Pre heat oven to 220 deg

1x celery stalk, chopped
1/2 chopped onion
2x chopped garlic cloves (the women lurve it!)
1/2 red capsicum, chopped
2x sprigs fresh parsely, chopped
3tbsp(tablespoon) plain bread crumbs
85g tomato paste
680g ground turkey BREAST (plenty of imitations out there)
1x whole egg (or egg white for the extreme among us)
1x package ready mix onion soup
3/4 cup chicken stock
285g potatoes cut into wedges
85g petite baby carrots
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp salt

Combine all ingredients bar the carrots, potatoes and stock into a large mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly with your bare hands (keep your hands away from your balls if relatives are present) The more you mix the better, think of it like the forearm session you’ve kept on putting off. You can then shape the meatloaf any way you like. I like to make it into an oval shape. Then you place into a large baking pan. Don’t let the meatloaf fall apart. Once your turkey sandcastle has been formed surround it with the wedges and carrots. You then pour the stock over the turkey and vegies. Place into the oven and after 30mins you have the best low fat meat loaf ever!

One of the best things with this recipe is that you can keep it in the fridge for awhile and use it for sanga’s or whatever. If your deli doesn’t sell ground turkey breasts and alot don’t let me tell you, lean ground beef can be used as a substitute but you will have to allow for a few more calories.

Nutritional values:
Calories: 587
Protein: 84g
Carbs: 42.5g
Fats: 9g