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Mama's Meatloaf and Taters

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December 13th, 2011, 04:58 PM
ryansmommy1111's Avatar Proud JM Co-Host
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Okay so I'm the mama lol, and my cute-sy name for it because I made up the recipes So here goes!

Prepare the veggies for the meatloaf. And with kids ya gotta hide em, even with the teenagers! Because mine sure won't eat em. So get out that food processor, and grind up into microscopic pieces some (raw) carrots, squash and zucchini, enough to make 4 cups of raw veggie goodness.

For the meatloaf, mix in a big bowl: 2 lbs of 93/7 ground turkey, the 4 cups of veggies, 1 cup of whole grain bread crumbs, 4 large eggs, garlic powder, ground oregano, salt substitute, italian seasoning, and 1.2 cup parm cheese. Just eyeball the spices, but don't be shy - this makes a huge loaf so you wanna pour in the flavor. Put this into loaf pans and cook at 400 until the juices run clear (about an hour or hour and 15 minutes).

For the Taters, get a bag of red potatoes, scrub them clean and cut each potato into four pieces (big chunks). Toss them in a bowl with 1/2 olive oil, a couple tbsp of rosemary, some garlic powder and salt substitute. Stir this up really good, then dump out onto a cookie sheet. Bake right along with the meatloaf, turning the potatoes halfway during the hour, til they are nice and brown.

This will make enough for three days of dinners.

(hey I don't like cooking every day so I make big dinners to last, so I can enjoy my family more )

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