Anja's Mushroom and Turkey Loaf

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Title: Anja's Mushroom and Turkey Loaf
Yield: 4 Servings
Categories: Poultry


8 oz Turkey
3 lg (10 cm diam) flat
1 Onion
1 Clove garlic
1 Egg
Salt & pepper to taste

Date: Fri, 14 Jun 1996 10:27:00 +0100

From: Anja Wolle
here is something else I threw together last night (open the fridge, see
what's left and use it all up...), while it came out very tasty I think it
will probably need a bit of refinement - I would appreciate comments from
those of you experienced with making meatloaf.... This is that I did:

With my food food processor attachment I finely minced the turkey,
mushrooms, onion and garlic. Mixed those well with egg; salt and pepper to
taste. Places it in an 1 lb loaf pan and baked at 400oF for about 35 mins
until done.

While it was very tasty (and had a lovely strong mushroom flavour) I think
the non-mushroomephiles might prefer it with the mushroom quantity halved
or the meat doubled. Also it could do with more 'cohesion' (?), it was
rather crumbly - I would have added a slice of bread, also minced, but we
had run out of bread. Do you thing that would have made any difference?

I served it with tomato sauce made from pureed plum tomates, which
complemented it really well.


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