Ready in 45 minutes
Quick and easy to make, and delicious too! These were a family tradition, when we were growing up. My maternal grandmother made them for almost every family gathering. She had to satisfy the picky and varied taste of many grandchildren, nieces and nephews, as well as her own young children. So, to satisfy everyone's taste, her sloppy joe recipe contains no green bell pepper, no onion and no celery. It was, and still is, a hit with all the kids.
"Great find for our family that loved manwich but are switching to making things with the least processed ingredients. Have made twice. First time just like the instructions say and it was good but not very thick. 2nd time I added chopped bell peppers of all colors (only a 1/4 inch sliver of each) and about 1 very small carrot both very finely chopped. Kids didn't know they were eating veggies they were so small. Will use less sugar next time due to the sweetness of the peppers. But we have a winner here."- bsisson
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Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add oil and meat to the pan. Spread the meat around the pan and break it up with a wooden spoon. Cook until meat is still just slightly pink (not browned), about 3 minutes. Add the tomato soup (undiluted), ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, and mustard; stirring until well combined. Season with salt and pepper. Reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered, stirring frequently, until sauce is thickened, about 8 to 10 minutes. Adjust seasonings. Spoon meat mixture onto hamburger buns, buttered and toasted or plain, and serve.
Makes 8 to 10 servings.
Be careful not to cook the ground meat beyond pink; if you let it brown it will end up dry and crumbly. The meat will finish cooking once the liquid ingredients are added.
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BaizillaMom 1 weeks agoI loved this! So did my two very picky toddlers. Instead of the Worcestershire sauce and cider vinegar, I used 1 Tbsp A1 and it was perfect!
mogriff1 2 weeks agoVery tasty! Hubby and I enjoyed. I added green peppers, onion and a clove of garlic which I pureed in the food processor. In addition to salt and pepper I also added garlic salt and onion powder.
debbyjosh 2 weeks agoAwsome recipe. Family enjoyed. Gona make more often
Justinpodm 2 weeks agoTasted REALLY good!! Will make again!
NishQuiche 3 weeks ago
chubby55 4 weeks ago
Marc9852 1 month agoOk it was such a hit yesterday, tonight dinner was sloppy joes stuffed in a baked potato. YUM
Tinahelton 1 month agoVery good and quick will put on my menu at least once a week
donna_divis 1 month agoThis recipe was delicious. I made this today for dinner. I've been looking for a good sloppy joes recipe. Thanks for sharing!!!!
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shauna_v_costello 2 months agoI loved this recipe and it was super simple!
tanna_atchley 2 months agoJust like my grandfather's!
MauraSpeckt 2 months agoI made this a couple of days ago and the kids would not eat it after a few bites, they said it was too soupy. I have to agree it seemed like was a very high liquid ratio to the meat. I personally was not a fan of the apple cider vinegar AND Worcestershire, flavors were NOT good together!
starlee77 2 months agoMade for the second time. Only used 1lb of beef and added in onion and a mix of peppers. Served on buns this time, not rice. Super yummy and my picky 4 year old asked for seconds :-)
starlee77 2 months agoWe all loved this. Even my super picky 4 year old. I made ours with only one pound of ground beef but kept the rest the same. Saucy and flavorful, so yummy! I'll be making it again for sure!
bsisson 3 months agoGreat find for our family that loved manwich but are switching to making things with the least processed ingredients. Have made twice. First time just like the instructions say and it was good but not very thick. 2nd time I added chopped bell peppers of all colors (only a 1/4 inch sliver of each) and about 1 very small carrot both very finely chopped. Kids didn't know they were eating veggies they were so small. Will use less sugar next time due to the sweetness of the peppers. But we have a winner here.
painterswife35 3 months agoI loved it and better yet both of my kids loved it!
starlee77 3 months ago
shawlies 4 months ago
sb859 4 months ago