Friday, October 17, 2008

Turkey and Cremini Mushroom Meatloaf

Well this is it, the last of the Thanksgiving turkey. I must say, we stretched it as far as it would go this week. And I didn't even mention the turkey stock my husband made that's sitting in the fridge. How did he create this wonderful concoction? Read-on... The secret to all the flavour in this meatloaf is the pork. A lot of recipes don't call for it but my husband has a tendency to add it in various dishes. The results? One of the best meals you'll ever eat. Quick note, the photo above is raw and was taken before we cooked it.

What you’ll need
Lots of leftover turkey
Lots of cremini mushrooms
2 eggs
Bread crumbs

What to do
Separately blend the turkey, mushrooms, parsley, garlic and onion. Mix them together in a bowl and add eggs, pork, bread crumbs, ketchup, salt and pepper. Cook at 425 for 2 hours.

Total time, approximately 2.5 hours, mostly spent in the oven.

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