Gumbo Joes

Gumbo Joes

"The guys in our family like to spoon the zesty beef filling over both halves of the roll and eat it with a fork. Now that I no longer work outside of the home, I find myself in the kitchen reading recipes, cooking and baking. - Shirley Wranosky, Eagle River, Wisconsin"
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50 m servings
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Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. In a large skillet, cook beef, onion and green pepper over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in soup, ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar, horseradish, bay leaf, salt and pepper. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes. Discard bay leaf. Spoon onto rolls.

Footnotes

  • To make Gumbo Joes a complete meal, serve them with baked beans, potato salad, pickles and a gelatin salad.

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Most helpful positive review

I served these for dinner while entertaining friends. They said they would never eat any other sloppy joes again! These are a must try!

Most helpful critical review

2.5 stars...not great, but not awful, either. Won't make them again because there are so many other easy recipes that are much better tasting.

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I served these for dinner while entertaining friends. They said they would never eat any other sloppy joes again! These are a must try!

2.5 stars...not great, but not awful, either. Won't make them again because there are so many other easy recipes that are much better tasting.

I made these for my son's birthday party and everyone LOVED them! Easy to make ahead of time and heat up in crock pot.

I was very disappointed in this recipe. I love cajun food and was hoping this would be in the same league. Not even close. The ketchup made it too sweet and the vinegar added too much sourness.

our new favorite Joe dish. sweet and a little zingy. (is that a word?)

This is exactly how my mom use to make sloppy joes!!! Brought back many memories of Minnesota!

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