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Video: How to Make Classic Sloppy Joes

Watch how to make this delicious cafeteria classic from scratch.

 
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Go retro for dinner tonight! In this video, you’ll see how to make classic Sloppy Joes. This is the rare ground beef recipe where you'll hear Chef John call for extra lean meat. You don't need the fat in this recipe! You’ll learn a great technique for breaking the beef down into tiny crumbles, creating the ideal texture for Sloppy Joes. Then you’ll sauté veggies, add the ingredients for the delicious tangy sauce, and reduce the sauce. Follow along with Chef John's recipe for Sloppy Joes. In the video, you’ll also see Chef John’s true test for determining when the meat sauce is ready for heaping onto burger buns. See more Chef John videos >>

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JENJM2 
Oct. 13, 2013 4:02 pm
I love the recipe and the video just supplements what I already knew, but for someone new to cooking I think the video is very helpful.
 
yumm 
Sep. 29, 2012 10:04 am
I always enjoy these videos! I can easily find the ingredient amounts on the allrecipes page and I like being able to pause and start the video as I choose. Nice to get a few good ideas from Chef John and make it my own.
 
LB in Maine 
Sep. 6, 2012 10:14 am
I do mine exactly the same, except instead of that last cup of water I substitute Bar-B- Que Sauce, sooo much better!
 
Jun. 30, 2012 12:01 pm
Looks so easy and much healthier than the canned sauce. Thanks for the tips!
 
Fredrico 
Mar. 13, 2012 1:33 pm
New to this site but if you read the information below the video it tells you to "Get Chef John's recipe for Sloppy Joes." When you click on the words "Sloppy Joe" it will take you to the recipe page with everything you couldn't find. Ps - great idea willthack; I add a bit of frozen (not thawed) corn and pimento to mine. Add some French Fried Onions to the top of the sandwich too. So experiment a little & come up with your own favorite.
 
willthack 
Feb. 7, 2012 3:18 am
Good God people. Experiment a little! Have some fun. You don't have to follow a recipe for everything. It's not at all useless to have it in this format. We aren't talking about a baking recipe, precise ratios aren't important. Do it to your own tastes!
 
Jan. 2, 2012 10:40 pm
Paula it's called "buffering". To avoid the stuttering, just pause the video at the beginning and there should be a little meter showing you how much of the video is loading. When its finished loading the whole video, it should play fine.
 
paula p 
Jan. 2, 2012 7:06 pm
I don't enjoy these videos, I don't know if it's the video or my computer. They start, play,stop,start,play, stop, they don't play continously until the videos are finished. Can someone help?
 
vmcooper 
Jan. 2, 2012 3:41 pm
Here are the ingredients. You should look before you slam AllRecipes because you couldn't find them.

http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2010/03/sloppy-joes-recipe-video.html
 
plygal 
Jan. 2, 2012 3:12 pm
Found it right away on Foodwishes.com not sure why you couldn't find it Carl, just typed in Sloppy Joes and it was right there.
 
 
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