I made this last night and it was wonderful! I subbed a couple of things but I think they were in keeping with the original recipe. Instead of beef broth I used Worcestershire sauce, and instead of ketchup I used Heinz Chili Sauce. I couldn't find my dry bread crumbs so I made fresh soft breadcrumbs instead and used Montreal Steak Seasoning. I also added about 1/4 c finely chopped red bell pepper. Everything else was per the recipe. Moist with alot of flavor. I think 1/2-1 tsp of hot sauce or some cayenne pepper would be good too. I used white meat turkey and there was no problem with dry meat. I love regular meatloaf but this is one I can have with a little less guilt and all the great flavor. A keeper! Thank you.
I think that there is a typo in this recipe. I made it exactly as written and it was WAY too salty. Maybe it was supposed to read 1 1/2 teaspoons of kosher salt not 1 1/2 tablespoons as written. Sorry, but this didn't work out for me.
This was really fantastic! I made it for hubby and I for our anniversary. I actually doubled it and it was huge! Didn't change too much-I added some red pepper that I had and some jalapeno, and since I didn't have any beef broth, I used Worcestershire as another reviewer suggested. To be honest this came out much better than I expected, and was better than any of the ground beef meatloaves I've made in the past! We had it with buttermilk mashed potatoes and canned green beans, because we love those with meatloaf. Thank you for posting!
Very good meatloaf. I was a ittle concerned that it was very wet, and added just a bit more bread crumbs. Turned out very well. And there was enough left over for a meatloaf sandwich for lunch the next day. Would and will probably make again. Thnx for posting, Cynna.
The best turkey meatloaf I've had yet! Very moist and flavorful. I used oats instead of breadcrumbs. I assumed the tablespoon of beef broth meant concentrate, and since that's pretty salty, I omitted the kosher salt. I didn't have poultry seasoning so I used a bit of sage and celery salt. And for the Italian seasoning, I used some oregano, basil and thyme. For a topping, I mixed tomato sauce with worcestershire and spread it on for the last 15 minutes of cooking (and turned the oven up to 400 to finish it). I will definitely make this again!