What's for Dinner Week!!! And The WINNERS!




This week I ask the question What's for Dinner!?
I am also providing answers! I have touted Menu Planning Mondays, but now I will put my money where my mouth is and let you in on what I like to cook.

Now, you must know I am mainly a one disher. I mean everything in a bowl, mix, mix, mix and bake. then eat. Done. I like 'em easy and yummy. When I want Coq Au Vin I let Hubby step up because he is the true chef of our family. I'm just a mom who know her limitations. I need a recipe, I cannot ad lib and throw things together, OH NO! I almost burnt the house down making fried chicken. Are you with me?

Now I know everyones stocks are in the pooper so I thought I would help out by encouraging you to stay home and cook dammit! LOL! Some of these recipes I will be giving are family recipes. I mean old southern stuff, so they need a lot of love! On to the menu.

Tonight darlings, we are making Turkey Meatloaf. This was Granmommies recipe, and originally was beef, but I think the turkey is even MORE YUMMY!

Here you go:

Ingredients

1 lb ground turkey (or beef)
1/2 cup tomato soup
1 cup corn flakes (crushed)
1 egg (beaten)
2 or 3 stalks of celery (de string)
1/2 or 3/4 small white onion chopped
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
2 slices of bacon (for top)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Mix ingredients (except bacon) in a bowl. Form into a loaf and place into a pan lined with tin foil and sprayed with cooking spray. Pour 1/2 cup of boiling water over the top(this is Key!) Microwave bacon so it's partially done and then place across the top. Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.

I serve it with broccoli and potatoes!

ENJOY!





Okay, You've waited long enough. The two lucky winners who will be receiving Stori Telling (.... Life On the Other Coast is graciously is passing on hers too!) are:

Keeks and Brie


and

Belle in Bloom!!

Remember to pay it forward after you've read it!! Life on the other coast, you send it to Keeks and Brie and I will send mine to Belle in Bloom.

11 comments:

Brie said...

Yippee! Thank you! You can email me bridget at keeksandbrie dot com and I'll send my address... looking forward to reading and paying forward!

Thanks for this recipe too, I am going to start posting some also so do check in :)

Cindy said...

Great minds think alike! I just started a (hopefully) weekly post of what we eat at our house. I'm hoping to give myself inspiration for later when I can't think of anything to make.

Meatloaf and mashed potatoes is one of my daughter's favorite dinners! She'll be finishing her first report for school tonight, so I might make this for her. Thanks for the inspiration!

Kathryn said...

Question about the meatloaf: If I am not using the bacon on top, do I still need the boiling water? I assume so but wanted to make sure they aren't related in some way.

Congrats on the pregnancy!

Kathryn

Belle in Bloom said...

THANK-YOU!!!!! I really needed this! I've been on a school bus ALL day with the fifth graders on a field trip and now I'm off to teach tap for 5 hrs. Heaven help me... This makes it much better. :)
Love you!

tapmamac@aol.com

ms. mindless said...

thanks for the recipe! my fiancee loves meatloaf but i have been eliminating red meat and i never even thought to try it with turkey!

Eloise said...

OK, Mrs. This will teach ME to leave the country and get behind on reading blogs...

I missed your EXCITING, WONDERFUL news until today! Hip hip hooray! I am so very happy for you! What a lucky, lucky baby to be joining your dear family.

Hugs and love to all. Take care of yourself.

PS Glad Landon's surgery went well!

Belle (from Life of a...) said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and participating in the giveaway. I'm happy to discover yours too!

Clare said...

I love the recipe! I am going to give it a try, I have a similar one, and we like that it is a healthier version of regular meatloaf! XO, C

Cas said...

Congrats winners! Brie..left you a comment and will email as well.

Thanks Mrs. for letting me pass mine along as well : )

Legallyblondemel said...

The recipe looks delicious!

By the way, I finally gave in and bought Tori's book today, and decided to do a giveaway too (and credited you for the idea in my post)! Tori is apparently a prepster trend - who knew?

Hope you're having a great week . .

Jennifer said...

We love meatloaf at our home, too. On days I am really tired, I use the McCormick season packet for meatloaf, it's yummy!