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Thread: Favorite Sloppy Joe Recipe

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    2 lbs. hamburger, 2/3 of a 14 oz. bottle catsup, 1 T. worcestershire or to your tast. Brown hamburger , drain, add remaining ingredients,NOW FOR THE SECRET........ 7up soda ( must be 7up regurlar ) to get the sloppy part just as you like it. simmer and spoon onto hamburger buns. Drink rest of 7up as you simmer to the thickness you like

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    My recipe is from my Junior high/High school days. The cooks called them "beefburgers." Still my favorite way for a sloppy Joe. Brown ground beef,drain, add a couple tablespoons of mustard and ketchup, more of either, depending on your taste preference, add one can CHICKEN GUMBO soup, no water. Let simmer til heated well. Serve on buns. You can pick up but a fork is handy for the drops. Love them!!

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    I make it all of the time.....Ground beef, Onions, catsup, regular yellow mustard, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar. The catsup, mustard, worcestershire sauce and brown sugar is to taste. (it does take a lot of catsup) I don't care for the mustard taste so I use very little.......My secret is when you brown your ground beef and onions.....add salt and peper and at least 2 teaspoons of garlic powder. When you drain your meat you lose a lot the garlic.....I have made it with and without the garlic and everybody says without the garlic...it is just missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frog90 View Post
    2 lbs. hamburger, 2/3 of a 14 oz. bottle catsup, 1 T. worcestershire or to your tast. Brown hamburger , drain, add remaining ingredients,NOW FOR THE SECRET........ 7up soda ( must be 7up regurlar ) to get the sloppy part just as you like it. simmer and spoon onto hamburger buns. Drink rest of 7up as you simmer to the thickness you like
    Wow, a co-worker gave me her recipe for sloppy joes that I loved, but lost the recipe. Actually, I think I lost it before I got home. Anyway, they were the best sloppy joes EVER! The only ingredient I remember was ginger ale. This has got to be it. The next time I make sloppy joes I'm going to give this one a shot.

    Thanks for sharing!
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