The ONLY meatloaf I could eat prior to this one was my Mamma's. One of my Russian interpreters invited me to dinner one night and she served this one. It was so good I immediately had her translate the recipe. I've tried it here in the U.S. and it's just as good. Makes excellent meatloaf sandwiches!
My grandmother used to make these meatballs on special occasions. It takes time to make but is so good to eat! They are great with pickled red cabbage and boiled potatoes. Leftovers can be made into sandwiches. I usually end up using more butter than the recipe calls for. Also use a dependable hand mixer or electric mixer stand. I was not given the recipe, but found one that tastes just like grandma's!
This recipe is the most requested recipe in our household. It is the result of many attempts to get the right combination of seasonings for turkey instead of hamburger meatballs that still have that Swedish meatball taste. We much prefer the taste to the original hamburger recipe.
This is a southwestern stuffed burger that will knock your socks off. My hubby HATES ground turkey. When he took a bite of it, he yelled #*@$ that's good. Then, he went to the grocery store and got more ground turkey the next day.
My mother's been making this meatloaf forever an it tastes delicious!! The combination of the worcestershire sauce, ketchup and garlic are so flavorful that you'll be making this every week!!! Add more or less salt and pepper to your liking!! But don't leave out the GARLIC!!!
I started making these when my husband was on strike from the steel mill and ground turkey was inexpensive. My kids loved them and still do. Got the recipe from Better Homes & Gardens All-Time Favorite Ground Meat Recipes.