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Substitution for Eggs in Meatloaf

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Eggs are typically used as a binder in meatloaf. If you are eliminating eggs from your diet, there are ingredients you can substitute. This is a guide about substitutes for egg in meatloaf.
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November 5, 2009

I need a substitute for eggs when baking a meat loaf.

By carla from Huntington, WV

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November 5, 20092 found this helpful
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A couple of heaping tablespoons of mayonnaise will work.

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November 12, 20091 found this helpful
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I use bread crumbs instead of eggs, and it works great.

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November 5, 20091 found this helpful

If you are on a diet to lower your cholesterol or want to limit the use of eggs for other reasons, you can omit the egg when you make meatloaf. Substitute 1/4 cup tomato sauce, beef broth, or even applesauce for the egg in your recipe. I made meatloaf last week using ground turkey and extra-lean, ground beef mixed half and half.

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I used tomato sauce in place of the egg.

It not only tasted delicious, but the tomato sauce made the ground turkey look reddish like beef. Ground turkey is not only cheaper than ground beef, it is better for your health.

Warm wishes for good health always.

Source: Joanna Lund in her cookbooks.

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