124 Reviews

WOW!! I made this hoping that it would be palatable, but not really expecting much. Was I wrong! This made a really moist, flavorful "meat"loaf that was just as good (and so much healthier) as the original.

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KVasanth February 24, 2012

My daughter is a vegetarian and when she comes for dinner we make one meal and it is vegetarian, we all loved this and the next day I made a sandwich with the leftovers added onion and Heinz 57. Very good recipe,

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DPar January 30, 2012

Yummy!!! My boyfriend is phasing meat out of his diet, and while I am supportive if this I don't want to be vegetarian myself. I've been looking for recipes that we both can enjoy and this is a great one! I added some Korean BBQ sauce to give it a kick. Fantastic!

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crsanz December 29, 2011

I was skeptical of this meatloaf but it turned out great. Mine took almost double the time to cook, next time I will drain the cottage cheese. I liked it much better the next day and have had it as a sandwich every night since I made it. I'm not a vegetarian but try to eat healthy, I've tried the other veggie meatloaf mentioned in the comments here and this version is much closer to the real thing. I didn't have onion soup mix so used taco seasoning but didn't use enough. I love garlic so will add some of that next time plus more onion. I cut the oil to 1 tbsp and added tomato sauce both in the recipe and on top. I was a little nervous with the color but it was fine once it was done. I also used grape nuts flakes. I'll be making this on a regular basis.

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Chele519 December 13, 2011

delicious. even my 14 yr old carnivore nephew had seconds. i substituted 1 tbsp of olive oil and a small can (10 oz?) tomato paste for the 1/4 c veg oil, used fat free cottage cheese, used bran flakes rather than corn flakes, and added some extra onion, about 1/3 c total.
i will definitely make this again.

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nb_nyc April 19, 2011

Great recipe! Very moist and delicious. I didn't add any nuts which I will next time. Thanks!

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twinkeejackbaby October 17, 2010

I also omitted the oil, and added ketchup both in the mixture and on top of the loaf. Although it definitely wasn't meatloaf, it was a good approximation. It was fun way to use up cottage cheese that was expiring soon. My husband didn't like the recipe overall, especially the walnuts, so I probably won't make it again. But it was a nice change from the ordinary.

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TheFamilyCook July 20, 2010

This is the first recipe I have tried since joining. I did it the same but omitted the oil, way too many cals for me. The smell was amazing through the house, it crumbled a little but tasted so nice. My husband who eats meat could tell this was vegetarian, but I do cook him veg meals prob 6 out of 7. Kids really enjoyed it and me too, maybe might put gravy with it next time. Looking forward to having it cold on a sandwich. Will def cook it again. I will give it 4 stars. Thanks!

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Batlady May 30, 2010

I know if I would have thought this one out I could have made it better! But mine stuck to the pan even though I greased it, and I hand chopped the nuts so they were kind of chunky :( But it smelled wonderful in the oven, and had a very good flavor for being veggie! Reminded me of my moms meatloaf as a kid! Is a great meal for someone who has turned vegetarian and has a craving for meatloaf! Next time I'll do better!

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I_heart_seitan May 18, 2010
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