Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes

"In Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Sandra Castillo simmers up a big batch of this tangy sandwich filling, then freezes the extras. 'Just thaw and reheat it for a quick dinner. It's also good for larger gatherings,' she writes."
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40 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, cook beef, onions and garlic over medium heat until the meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in the ketchup, barbecue sauce, brown sugar, vinegar, mustard, Italian seasoning, onion powder and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes.
  2. Serve about 1/2 cup meat mixture on each bun. Or cool and freeze in freezer containers for up to 3 months.
  3. To use frozen sloppy joes: Thaw in the refrigerator; place in a saucepan and heat though. Serve on buns.

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Good recipe but I have a few suggestions. Between the barbeque & brown sugar, these are very sweet sloppy joes. Next time I will omit the brown sugar. I would also add 1 diced green pepper an...

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This recipe was just ok. If it had been called "Barbecue Sloppy Joes" it would have been different. The barbecue taste was just too strong for my liking. I did take the advice of other reviewe...

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Good recipe but I have a few suggestions. Between the barbeque & brown sugar, these are very sweet sloppy joes. Next time I will omit the brown sugar. I would also add 1 diced green pepper an...

This recipe was just ok. If it had been called "Barbecue Sloppy Joes" it would have been different. The barbecue taste was just too strong for my liking. I did take the advice of other reviewe...

Yum! A real kid pleaser. Being true to my nature I had to make a modification or two: I used half the amount of onion and I added some crushed red pepper flakes for a little kick. I served it wi...

This was delicious!! I put this in a casserole dish between two layers of crescent rolls and sprinkled the top w/sesame seeds. So good! Usually when I make this casserole for my family I use ...

My family loved this recipe. We usually use the can stuff and have once made it from scratch in the crockpot, but no one was impressed. I was out of the can stuff and had already planned on ma...

This is so delicious! I added dried onion flakes instead of real & I halved the recipe since I Have a small family. I added about 1/8 c. dried onions. And I didn't have onion powder so I added o...

In Belgium nobody knows Sloppy joes, I made them, and everybody was crazy about this recipe. I added a little bit green pepper and some cheese on top...

Thought this was a good Sloppy joe, I didn't have the cider vinager so I just used white. Was a bit sweet, next time I'll use a bit less suger. Overall, everyone loved it. I used it for one of t...

Very Good! I used turkey burger instead of beef, used up some spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup, and I also added some chili powder oh and whole wheat buns:)

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