Turkey makes a great low-fat option for meatloaf. Try these delicious turkey meatloaf recipes that put a new spin on this family favorite with ingredients like zucchini and pizza sauce.See Popular Turkey Meatloaf Recipes
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From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Let's get to the meat of the matter--meat loaf made with lean ground turkey lowers the fat. Adding just-right spices and a fresh bread-crumb crust makes the recipe perfect.
Martha Stewart's turkey meatloaf sandwich makes a deliciousand healthylunch the whole family will love.
Beef, Italian sausage, and turkey make up this simple seasoned meat loaf.
For this main-dish recipe, make meat loaf using ground turkey, rice, cheese, and seasonings. Then chill the cooked loaf and cut into slices for sandwiches.
If you want an Indian dish that will appeal to the whole family, try this turkey loaf seasoned with garam masala. To continue the theme, the slices are served with nutty basmati rice and mango chutney.
Ground turkey, raisins, onions, couscous and exotic spices take this meatloaf where no meatloaf has ever gone before -- and deliciously! Enjoy any leftover chutney on beef or turkey sandwiches the next day.
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Ground turkey combined with flavorful tomatoes and taco seasoning bakes quickly in mini loaves for a fast weeknight meal.
Asian-inspired turkey meatloaf baked and glazed with Thai Chili or Sriracha Sauce.
We cut the fat in an old-fashioned meat loaf recipe by substituting ground turkey for pork sausage and egg product for eggs.
To get this turkey and mushroom meatloaf out of your slow cooker in one piece, line the bowl with a couple long strips of foil, then use them like handles to lift the finished product right out.
Want a low-fat meatloaf that's still wonderfully moist and delicious? Try this lean ground turkey version, seasoned with curry and fresh vegetables and topped with a creamy yogurt sauce.
Serve this classic comfort food with mashed potatoes and green beans.