WENT TURKEY FOR EASTER! #TURKEY LOAF WITH SWEET/SOUR SAUCE

On this Easter day, I decided to be in company of the other feathery one. My protein of choice was  turkey. Transformed my lean protein into a succulent loaf. And, because turkey is somewhat bland, I decided to incorporate diced vegetables, spices, herbs and other ingredients so as to boost the taste in a huge way.

Before I added veggies, I sautéed in a drizzle of olive oil and  seasoned along with a pinch of salt, black pepper, etc.

SAUTEED VEGGIES FOR TURKEY LOAF
SAUTEED VEGGIES FOR TURKEY LOAF

After vegetables cooled these were added to seasoned turkey along with other ingredients.

MAIN INGREDIENTS FOR TURKEY LOAF
MAIN INGREDIENTS FOR TURKEY LOAF

All ingredients were added to turkey and combined without overworking. A loaf was made and a home-made sweet and sour sauce brushed on.

SWEET AND SOUR SAUCE
SWEET AND SOUR SAUCE
TURKEY LOAF READY FOR OVEN
TURKEY LOAF READY FOR OVEN

Turkey loaf was baked for 50 minutes at a temperature of 350 degrees fahrenheit. Then, additional sauce was brushed and loaf was placed under broiler for a another 2 minutes for sauce to set.

Turkey loaf was served with garlic-flavored mashed potatoes along with spring green beans and broccoli.

 

 

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