This is everything you want in a meatloaf--tender, juicy, and flavorful. I made a few changes(olive oil instead of canola, half and half instead of heavy cream, and I left out the sun-dried tomatoes). I wasn't sure how I was going to like the sauce, but it was a great compliment to the meatloaf, and a nice change from my usual ketchup. I will absolutely make this again.
What a nice dish, not the same same ole, same ole. nice blend of flavors and well worth the prep time to make it.
I used evaporated skim milk instead of whipping cream in order to cut the calories. The meatloaf was quite good, a little soft in texture but made good sandwiches when cold. The sauce wasn't great, maybe due to the switch in milk. Just a plain creamy horseradish would be fine with me. Preshy
This was delish! I would've given 4 1/2 stars. It did take a little bit of time. Made a few changes: had no rosemary, used roasted red peppers instead of sun-dried tomatoes (personal preference), also used an 5 italian cheese italian shreds (it's what I had). The sauce was a wonderful accompaniment; although could have used more horseradish (and I don't like things really hot). Thanks much!
The first time I had this meatloaf was at a friend's for dinner. I was hooked. I've been making it ever since. It is a favorite at our house now. It is very easy to put together and love that you can freeze one loaf for later. I saute the veggie/herb mix in the morning and leave it on the stove to cool until I am ready to make the meatloaf later. I sub half-n-half for the heavy cream in the meatloaf too. I also sometimes use a bottled horseradish sandwich sauce in place of the sauce featured in the recipe. Tastes equally as nice and very convenient.
Followed the recipe to a T but I cooked it at 435F in a Romertopf Clay Pot for 70 minutes. Didn't have sun-dried tomatoes, so I used roasted red peppers, as suggested.
This was outstanding!
Absolutely amazing turkey meatloaf! I'm on a diet and wanted to find a good substitute for regular meatloaf. I used half and half rather than heavy cream, which makes a big difference in the fat content of the meal without changing the flavor. The sauce was a great compliment to the meatloaf; 3 tbsp was the perfect amount of horseradish without overpowering. I will definitely be making this dish in the future!
WOW!!!! What a wonderful meatloaf, this is the best meatloaf I have ever made. Left overs you can forget about that the family made sure nothing was left. The only thing that I did not follow was the celery but thats just because we really dont like it. Thanks for a great recipe!!!
3 teaspoons, rather than 3 tablesppons, was PLENTY of horseradish. It held together wonderfully. And my husband would certainly have given it 5 stars. The kids and I, however, have to give it a 4. Maybe I'll try baking the sauce on top next time, like someone else on here did by mistake (with great results). Thanks for posting!