I had surprise company last weekend and reached for the can of sloppy joe for dinner. I had defrosted ground turkey for burgers and needed to stretch it for more mouths. So I added vegetables - onions, celery, mushrooms and spinach. I then stretched it further by adding chopped tomatoes (with no salt added). The results was delicious and with a oven fried potatoes & salad everyone was satisfied and I cut the calorie intake, as well as sodium. The added bonus - it toned down the tangy taste.
3/31/14 1:09 P
rachel ray has a good recipe on food network
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260 3/25/14 4:25 P
My tavern recipe is really easy......and VERY tasty!
ground hamburger (we use venison) pepper diced onion (I sometimes will just use onion powder) ketchup (I don't measure, I just squirt some in) mustard (again I don't measure) stir and simmer for 10 minutes and serve
I have even served on big lettuce leafs before to help cut out carbs
Hugs, KammyJo3 NW Iowa/Central Time Zone
3/21/14 10:43 A
This one of the best I`ve eaten and it came from SP user ALICIABH....I tweaked a bit 1lb lean ground round pinch of salt 1/2 C. chopped onion 1 1/3 T.brown sugar 1 1/3 T yellow mustard 1 1/3 T vinegar 1 1/3 T worchestershire
cook & crumble ground beef with salt & onion. Drain any grease. Thoroughlym ix the rest of the ingredients in a sauce pan and heat. Add meat and simmer for about an hour, stirring occasionally. Serve on buns.
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3/20/14 4:52 P
Lately I've been craving a really good sloppy joe. I don't really like the canned stuff because it is so tangy. I prefer more of a slightly sweet but mostly creamy and savory sloppy joe. I thought my mom made them with tomato and cream of mushroom soups, but I tried and it wasn't the same. Anyone have a good recipe?
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