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I'm a hug fan of this recipe!I was looking for quick/easy way to have a healthy dinner and this is the ticket!! I've made several times now and my husband and I can eat it all week long. It makes about 6 servings for us. I add paprika and parsley to boost flavor. I've also added a bit of sage before too. The herbs give it an extra kick. I've substituted mushrooms for carrots, just to mix it up a bit. I've never added the sour cream and it still turns out excellent every time. Thank you!
I have tried several recipes for turkey loaf (not a big turkey fan), but this is by far my favorite and made me a ground turkey fan. It is tasty and smells wonderful, but mostly it does not have an overwhelming taste of turkey. I like the texture and it is very moist.
I used quick cooking oatmeal instead of bread crumbs and increased the meat to1.5 lbs of 90/10 turkey. As mentioned in the recipe I increased the sour creme to 1/3 cup and baked it for 90 minutes. It is perfect and already a family favorite.
Perfect. Nice flavor, we are having it again this week. Even the next day for lunch was great! THANK YOU!
I must admit that I was very LEARY of making this recipe. It did not sound very appetizing but I made it. To my amazement I LOVED IT!! I also (like someone else on here) have a non veggie eating husband and two year old. I was so happy to be able to get some veggies in their diet and have them like it. It is very tasty and has amazing savory smells. I would highly recommend this recipe. The only thing that I changed was adding some red meat as well. I used 20 oz. of ground turkey and 20 oz of beef, also upped the breadcrumbs by one cup, and added two eggs. I had enough for two small loves so I froze one for later in the week! Thank you so much for this amazing recipe!!