Diestel is introducing its Sous-Vide Turkey Meatloaf as an easy-to-prep dinner solution for families. Available in traditional and Florentine flavors, the fully-cooked turkey meatloaf is made from butcher-quality, whole-muscle cuts to deliver authentic turkey flavor and premium texture. The sous-vide cooking method ensures a moist and tasty loaf every time, all while making it simple to get dinner on the table in 30 minutes, the company says. Pre-formed and pre-sauced, it’s ready to serve after simply re-heating it with a quick boil on the stove-top or warming it in the oven or microwave.
Low in fat, calories and cholesterol, the traditional turkey meatloaf is blended together with bread crumbs, rolled oats and eggs, while the Florentine turkey meatloaf is stuffed with a mix of spinach and feta crumbles. Both meatloaves are topped with a sweet tomato glaze. Crafted with care from thoughtfully raised, slow-grown turkeys given individual care, a wholesome 100 percent vegetarian diet, plenty of fresh air and room to roam, the products are completely free of antibiotics, carrageenan and MSG. They have 20g of protein per serving.
“We’re putting turkey back on the at-home dinner menu with our modern, sustainable take on meatloaf,” said Heidi Diestel, turkey farmer. “A perfect stress-free meal for a hectic weeknight, Diestel’s tasty meatloaves are sure to satisfy everyone from the pickiest little eater to the gourmet foodie of the family.”
Designed to serve two to three people for dinner, Diestel’s new Sous-Vide Meatloaves are sold frozen at select Whole Foods Markets and natural food stores across the country in 16-oz. boxes for an SRP of $8.99.
The Diestel Family Ranch in Sonora, California, is one of the few, small, family-owned and operated ranches left in the nation. The family’s high standards have remained unchanged since the ranch’s founding in 1949.