Shock! With all that flavor, my husband said he didn't miss the beef! I personally did, BUT I forgot to put in the egg whites - which would probably make a significant difference. Also, use the size pan suggested! It works better that way (moisture needs to evaporate - we used one tall, and two small flat pans). -- Oh, we used Taco Seasoning I from this site. It smelled delish even before mixing it into anything, let alone after putting the meatloaf in the oven! -- Love the lighter fare: I served this with a 'no-point' cabbage soup with a Mexican flair - sorry, not from this site. Also served with some tortilla chips since I didn't have time to cook brown rice, let alone lace it with cumin, minced-pickled jalapenos, and lime juice. Next time, I will remember *the egg whites*, & I'll serve it with the cumin-rice. Might put optional toppings on the table, such as FF sour cream, more jalapenos, diced avocado, sliced green onions, etc. - depending on how much time we have). --- last note: I put this into three different casseroles (two small, one larger) - The loaf in the larger one was topped with crushed tomatoes since I didn't have all of the enchilada sauce called for. That larger loaf was way too moist. BUT MY SON WHO HATES MEATLOAF LOVED IT AS A DIP..... Could be made in a skillet if one wanted to use it as a dip. Very flavorful. What's more, I didn't miss the beef then either (but then there were chips - it might be good in soft-shell tortillas, though)!
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Shock! With all that flavor, my husband said he didn't miss the beef! I personally did, BUT...