Looking for an alternative to the regular turkey meatloaf, and wanting to combine some of my favorite holiday flavors, this recipe was born. It can be made into "mini loaves" (lined cup cake tins) or as a loaf in a loaf pan.
Looking for an alternative to the basic Turkey Meatloaf I created a Holiday Meatloaf, and needed something appropriate to glaze the top with, thus was born this recipe, which has now found it's way to being used for sausages, on sandwiches and apparently makes a good chicken nugget dip per my husband :)
The wasabi powder, which can be found in the spice aisle or Asian foods section of most supermarkets, gives the crust a spicy kick. Serve with: Packaged Asian rice pilaf enlivened with a bit of lemon peel, and green beans sprinkled with sesame seeds. Dessert: Tapioca pudding.
Hazelnut butter gives the cookies a deep, rich flavor. Look for it in natural foods stores. Before measuring the hazelnut butter, stir gently with a fork to mix in any oil that has separated from the butter.
All times are approximate, received this recipe from my mom, who received it from her father, who both passed this last year, only recipe I ever managed to get out of my mom before she died. As a family recipe all amounts are to our own tastes. :o) Childhood favorite of mine, and still a good comfort food. Freezes into separate meals well!
(Can be prepared 2 hours ahead. Cover and keep at room temperature. Rewarm mashed potatoes over low heat, stirring frequently.) Serves 6 as a side-dish. Bon Appetit March 1999 R.S.V.P. Buddakan, Philadelphia PA
***I add a tablespoon of regular horseradish additionally, two cloves of garlic to the boiling potatoes (mash garlic with the potatoes) and use heavy cream instead of the whole milk. All of these are done to personal taste, but this is the recipe I use as my starting point.
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