Donna's Daily Dish
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It's been a rather cool start to May. A couple of months ago while I was at Wegmans, they had a tasting station for their turkey sage meatloaf. Since my husband and I don't each much red meat, a new recipe for ground turkey is always welcomed at our house. The nice thing about this recipe, it was enough for dinner for two, plus a few lunches for my husband.
When preparing this recipe you need to make sure that you have some fresh sage, parsley and celery on hand. Fresh herbs will make a difference in the quality of your meatloaf. I was lucky enough to have fresh sage coming back in my garden. Also needed are panko breadcrumbs and Wegmans Savory Sauce. You can also purchase Wegmans ready made homestyle gravy, but I skipped that.
The reviews from other cooks that prepared this recipe were positive. Both my husband and I enjoyed the dish, especially when served as a cold meatloaf sandwich.
Turkey Sage Meatloaf
Recipe by Wegmans
1 pkg (7 oz) Wegmans Organic Chopped Onions
1 pkg (7 oz) Wegmans Diced Celery
1 Tbsp Wegmans Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 Tbsp chopped Wegmans Peeled Garlic
1/2 cup chopped fresh Italian parsley
2 pkgs (.25 oz each) Wegmans Organic Sage, chopped
3 pkgs (1 lb. each) Wegmans Organic Ground Turkey
2 Wegmans Organic Large Brown Eggs
1/4 cup Wegmans Organic BBQ Sauce
1 Tbsp salt
Black pepper to taste
1 1/3 cups Wegmans White Panko Bread Crumbs
2 containers (8 oz each) Wegmans Home-Style Gravy (Meat Dept), warmed
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