Sloppy Joes ( Low Fat )
Sloppy Joes with a difference. low fat and corn."I left out the corn, just because my family is really picky and were already nervous that I was making Sloppy Joe's and there weren't any Manwich cans around hahaha!
But, they did love it! And I made so much we had leftovers and no one complained about that! I was even told it was better the second day because everything got to sit and absorb the flavors more.
I cannot wait to make this dish again!" - kpajewski
Yield: 6 Ready in 45 minutes
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|3/4 lbLean ground beef|
|2 cOnion; finely chopped|
|1 Sweet red pepper; cored, seeded and chopped|
|1 tsVegetable oil|
|1 clovegarlic; finely chopped|
|1/4 tsGround cayenne; hot red|
|1 32-oz cantomatoes drained; and chopped|
|1/3 cRed-wine vinegar|
|2 tbDark-brown sugar|
|1 tbWorcestershire Sauce|
|1 10-oz packagefrozen corn kernels; thawed|
|6 Sourdough rolls; split and toasted|
Sloppy Joes ( Low Fat ) Preparation
Prep: 10 minutes Cook: about 20 minutes Cost: $ 1.39 each for 6 servings 1) Cook beef, onion and sweet pepper in oil in large nonstick skillet 6 minutes. Add garlic, paprika and cayenne; cook, stirring, for 1 minute. 2) Stir tomato ketchup, vinegar, sugar and Worcestershire into skillet; cook 10 minutes. Add corn; cook 5 minutes. Spoon mixture over rolls. Nutrient Value Per Serving: 383 calories, 20 g protein, 12 g fat, 54 g carbohydrate, 943 mg sodium, 44 mg cholesterol. Exchanges: 2 starch/bread, 1 3/4 meat, 1 vegetable, 1 fat from Family Circle magazine, 9/1/95 typed and posted by teri chesser
Great tasting dish. I think you could even get the kids to eat their corn in this dish. I had a couple fresh mushrooms left over from last nights dinner so I added them here. Also used the hot dog buns left over from the weekend. Will make this one again.
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