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Beef NOT loaf from Mike Rosenblatt

The recent messages about Dixie Diner's products reminded me that I wanted
to post this again.  It was originally posted by Mike Rosenblatt.  I made
it last week and it was very good, both for the main dish and the
leftovers as sandwiches.  Unfortunately, the baking temperature and time
seem to be missing.  If Mike is still active here, maybe he can let us
know what he recommends.  I tried 350F for about 40-45 minutes, and I
think that was a little too long.  

                    *  Exported from  MasterCook II  *

                            Beef Not Meatloaf

Recipe By     : Mike Rosenblatt
Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Main Dish                        Ovo-Lacto
                Tvp                              Very Low Fat

  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
   1      cup           Beef NOT
   1      cup           Hot water
   1      teaspoon      Beef NOT powdered beef gravy mix -- (heaping)
     1/2  cup           tomato catsup
   2      tablespoons   Lipton onion soup dry mix-- -- (shake it up to get
                         -- it mixed)
   3      slices        stale bread -- torn into little
                         -- pieces
     1/4                chopped onion
   2      teaspoons     nutritional yeast -- (non-bitter kind
                         -- from health food
                         -- store)
   1                    or 2 tsp prepared mustard
   2                    egg whites or other egg replacer
   1      tablespoon    FF mayonaise -- (Safeway
                         -- Enlighten--my
                         -- favorite)
     1/4  cup           bran or oat meal flakes

Reconstitute the Beef NOT using the water and gravy mix. Mix rest of
ingredients together with the reconstituted Beef NOT. You may have to
experiment by adding a little more oatmeal flakes or egg replacer to get
the consistency right for your taste. It should be a gooey mixture and
smell good before you put it in the oven. This should be baked in a
regular oven, not a microwave, (even though Dixie sells a pan for
microwave m**t loaf). You can serve this with a covering of real mashed
potatoes and paprika after it is done. Hain makes an excellent powdered
(vegan) gravy that has no fat in it. It is a perfect portion for this m**t
loaf. You might serve this also with canned baked beans (vegetarian) on
the side.

THIS IS NOT A LOW SODIUM RECIPE. I think it has over 500 mgs sodium per
portion. It tastes wonderful. Don't try making it without the nutritional
yeast (debittered). I know you may think it will taste fine without it,
but it NEEDS it--same with the catsup.

Posted to FATFREE Mailing List by "Michael M. Rosenblatt"
<podtrst@xxxxxxxxxxxx> on Jul 30, 1997, converted by MC_Buster.

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