Ummm - this was shockingly good. I expected it to taste like cereal, but you absolutely couldn't tell. I used three eggs instead of five, and added a small can of tomato paste, along with a lot of garlic salt and paprika. I think the tomato paste really made it look like real meatloaf. I really liked this and will be making this a lot more in the future! Thanks for the wonderful recipe!
This wasn't good to me. I've been a vegetarian for years and have experimented with a lot of foods. I couldn't get this one to taste good. Had to throw it out. Sorry.
This recipe falls well within the lacto-ovo vegetarian confines. I was able to make this recipe vegan, by using 3 substitutions: egg/replacer for eggs, Silkin tofu for cottage cheese, and vegetable margarine for butter. I did add a bit of seasoned salt, a pinch of red peppers flakes, and ground pepper. The taste was terrific, even for those that aren't anything but carnivores. Thanks Rachel!
Not a true vegetarian recipe as it calls for eggs and cottage cheese. :) I'm trying it for my daughter who doesn't like meats. Sounds like a quiche~hope she likes it.
This was very different- I have not tasted anything like it before so it is hard to compare to other similar recipes, but I'm still giving it a 5 stars because it was really yummy! I substituted egg whites for some of the eggs, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I think it would be great for a brunch potluck, too. Even the kids liked this one...it's a keeper!
To Die for!!!... thank you for this wonderful recipe !!!... even my tenant, who is a fantastic, well known caterer in So. Cal. tried it... and she loved it too !!! it's a beautiful thing...
I use fewer eggs, but this is a favorite recipe of mine. I am not vegetarian, but I love the flavor of this. YUMMY! Sometimes if I amin a hurry I will use some onion soup mix in place of the onion & vegetable seasononing. You're right it does taste better than it sounds. :o)