That works really well.
Originally Posted by Leida
I just make "anything" meatloaf. IOW, I use anything that's in the fridge. The basic is ground meat - I like a leaner ground meat in general. An egg or two. Then I mix in some spices, and whatever I've found in the fridge that looks good. That should do it, but if it seems too gooey, I'll add a tablespoon or two (one is usually enough) of gluten free AP flour. Make the football/bread shaped thingy on parchment paper in the bottom part of my broiler pan. A one pound meatloaf (I live alone) takes between 35 and 50 minutes.
One that I like and will actually go out of my way for the ingredients is with ground lamb as the meat. I put some cubed feta cheese in it and some tomatoes. Curry powder and sometimes cinnamon. When it's cooked, I pour some yogurt over it, turn off the oven and let it sit in there for another little bit 'til the yogurt is hot.
ETA: I used to think ground turkey was too dry for much of anything, but if you play with it a bit and add things like canned tomato, it can make good muffins or loaves.
Last edited by JoanieL; 12-18-2013 at 09:09 AM.
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