Larry's Sloppy Joe's

Larry's Sloppy Joe's

Ready in 1 hour

Nothing fancy, just a simple - tasty - barbeque flavored ground hamburger mixture that our family could not live without. Happy Eating from Julie's kitchen to yours!

"This is awesome. I typically just browse this app until i find something to cook but i actually wanted to make an account to tell you how good this is. Fantastic recipe, slap to the face amazing."

- AlexD4413

Top-ranked recipe named "Larry's Sloppy Joe's"

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Ingredients

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2 pounds Ground beef
1 medium Onion; diced
2 cups Ketchup
4 tablespoons Mustard
2 tablespoons Vinegar
2 tablespoons Sugar
1 pinch Salt
8 Hamburger buns

Original recipe makes 8

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Preparation

In a large frying pan brown 2 lbs of hamburger meat then drain well; Add one small to medium finely diced onion, ketchup (Heinz brand is our favorite), yellow mustard, vinegar, sugar and a good dash of salt; Mix together well and allow to simmer for about one hour. Spoon onto a hamburger bun and serve warm with potato chips or your favorite picnic side dishes. Happy Eating!

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This is awesome. I typically just browse this app until i find something to cook but i actually wanted to make an account to tell you how good this is. Fantastic recipe, slap to the face amazing.
AlexD4413 1 week ago
This was a really tasty recipe. Sure beats sloppy joe's out of a can. I made a few small changes. I used Heinz Chili Sauce instead of ketchup; used apple cider vinegar for the vinegar; added two cloves of garlic; and used gluten free hot dog buns (all I had on hand) to make this a gluten free dinner. I started with closer to 3 pounds of ground beef but measured the other ingredients just a shown in the recipe. Did my simmering in a 250 degree oven (an Alton Brown technique). Wound up with a nice dinner and put back two containers in the freezer for future dinners. Next time I make this, I'm going to try brown sugar instead of regular table sugar. I'm also wondering how it would work out to use chopped dates or plums as the sweetener? Anyone have some thoughts about that?
HunkyDory 5 months ago
EHarknett22 1 year ago
Sounds good. Will try it soon!
spaige 1 year ago
good and easy. i think i would add minced green pepper for the 'taste mom used to make'.
Sharonesq 1 year ago
Made it tonight it was great!
scottsmith1 2 years ago
I use this recipe all the time! I love how easy it is and it's got just the right tang and sweet.
angelbw 2 years ago
[I posted this recipe.]
GatorGal 5 years ago
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