Meat loaf often gets a bad rap for being heavy and unhealthy. Not this 300-calorie version with Asian flair from hoisin sauce, scallions and carrots. A fresh orange-laced salad seals the deal. Cal/Serv: 300 Yields: 4 Prep Time: 0 hours 15 mins Total Time: 0 hours 55 mins 1 orange 1 slice whole-wheat bread or…
Meat loaf often gets a bad rap for being heavy and unhealthy. Not this 300-calorie version with Asian flair from hoisin sauce, scallions and carrots. A fresh orange-laced salad seals the deal.
slice whole-wheat bread or 1/2 cup whole-wheat bread crumbs
large egg white
Kosher salt and pepper
lean ground turkey (preferably white meat)
- Heat oven to 375°F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil. Using a vegetable peeler, remove 2 strips of zest from the orange and very thinly slice on a diagonal; transfer the zest to a large bowl and set the orange aside.
- Pulse in a food processor to form fine crumbs. Add the egg white, ginger, garlic, 1 Tbsp water and 1/2 tsp each salt and pepper to the bowl with the zest and whisk to combine; stir in the bread crumbs. Add the carrot, chopped cilantro and half the scallions, and mix to combine.
- Add the turkey and mix just until incorporated. Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking sheet, shape into a 9 x 3 1/2-in. loaf and bake for 25 minutes. In a small bowl, combine the hoisin and ketchup. Brush the mixture over the entire loaf and continue cooking until the internal temperature registers 160°F, 10 to 15 minutes more. Let rest for 5 minutes before slicing.
- While the meat loaf is resting, cut away the peel and white pith of the orange and thinly slice into rounds. In a large bowl, gently toss the orange slices, greens, oil, cilantro leaves, remaining scallions and 1/4 tsp each salt and pepper. Serve with the meat loaf.
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