Bf not mt loaf

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
1 cup Beef NOT
1 cup Hot water
1 teaspoon (heaping) Beef NOT powdered beef gravy mix, Reconstituted
½ 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
¼ \N Chopped onion
2 teaspoons Nutritional yeast (non-bitter kind from health food store)
1 \N Or 2 tsp prepared mustard
2 \N Egg whites or other egg replacer
1 tablespoon FF mayonaise (Safeway Enlighten--my favorite)
¼ cup Bran or oat meal flakes

Reconstitute Beef NOT as per their instructions with 1 cup hot water and their prepared powdered broth, one teaspoon. Microwave (covered) the dish after you mix it for about 2 minutes. Then keep it covered and let it sit for about ½ hour while your working on the other parts of the recipe: Mix these ingredients together with the reconstituted Beef NOT. You may have to experiment by adding a little more oat meal 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 digest V97 #178 by "Michael M. Rosenblatt" <podtrst@...> on Aug 13, 1997

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