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Thread: Favorite Sloppy Joe Recipe

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    This is my favorite.....makes a lot and freezes well. Sloppy Joes - 4 lbs. hamburger, 1 cup onion, chopped, 14 oz. bottle catsup, 1 cup water, 2 T. brown sugar, 1 T. worcestershire, 1 T. salt, 2 tsp. vinegar, 1 tsp. mustard. Brown hamburger and onion, drain, add remaining ingredients, simmer and spoon onto hamburger buns. Also good on noodles, rice or baked potatoes.
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    Wow, I can't wait for the weekend! I'll let you know which one I try first.
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    OK -- I'll admit to being lazy. I've tried dozens of sloppy joe recipes and none have been better than Manwhich. I use 2 lb of hamburger to one can of sauce.

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    I have used the Pioneer Womans recipe and it's my favorite so far.

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    Lisa_wanna_b_quilter, I'm going to try your sloppy joe's too. Quick is gooooood!
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    Red face

    I use this oldie but goodie for small or large groups. If you like it less spicy only use 1 tsp chili powder. I put the amounts for 38 servings in () this fits in a Nesco.

    1 LB ground beef (13 Lbs)
    1/2 Cup chopped onion (3 cups)
    1/2 cup chopped celery (2 1/2 cups)
    1/4 cup chopped bell peppers (2 1/2 cups)
    1/2 of a 7 oz bottle of catsup (#6 - 20 oz or #4- 32 oz)
    2 Tbls vinegar (1 cup)
    2 Tbls brown sugar (1 1/2 cups)
    1 tsp prepared mustard (4 Tbls)
    1 Tbls chili powder (2 1/2 Tbls)

    Brown beef,onions,celery and bell peppers- pour off grease then add rest of ingredients and simmer.

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    that's the one we use, it was husband's mother's recipe

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    Sloppy joes

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter View Post
    OK -- I'll admit to being lazy. I've tried dozens of sloppy joe recipes and none have been better than Manwhich. I use 2 lb of hamburger to one can of sauce.
    My son who is all grown up now use to rave about the sloppy joes his friend's mom made. Well, I finally asked for her recipe and she said, "it's just Manwich!" So that's what I use still, 10 years later! It IS good!
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    I've tried several homemade recipes but like Manwich Sauce in the can the best. Quick, easy and delicious.

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    I was trying to make my own Sloppy Joe mix. One pound ground meat browned with onion and bell pepper. Drain. To the mixture add 1 can of original Rotel tomatoes, 1 T. ketcup,1 t. mustard, salt & pepper to taste and the secret ingredient is at least 1/4 c. brown sugar.

    I hope my memory has served me well tonight and passed along a good recipe.


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