Not too sweet and not too tangy. I added 1 additional Tbsp of tomato paste and used the whole onion since my family likes onion. We browned the onion, garlic, and beef together and it was great. Thanks for this! Very nice. Needed a recipe for some veggie crumbled we had in the house and this worked great! Quick, easy, and tasty. I liked it quite a bit. I will make again but debating on either omitting the brown sugar or finding a less sweet substitute for the catsup The hint of brown sugar adds a great flavor note. I tried this recipe today only using red pepper instead of green.
Also doubled the recipe and it came delicious. Thank you, everyone loved it. Definitely be making it again soon! Looks incredible! I'm Amanda I believe that gourmet meals should be something we can ALL enjoy. Now that you're here, stay a bit, browse a few recipes, and let's get cookin'!
About Contact E-Cookbooks Work with me! Jump to Recipe. Prep Time. Cook Time. Total Time. Calories : kcal. Homestyle Chicken and Biscuits. Harvest Sausage Stuffing with Pecans and Cranberries. Stay Connected subscribe to get new posts via email:. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Toni Zamora — July 2, pm Reply. Melissa Anderson — June 28, pm Reply. Dani — June 25, am Reply. Ann — June 22, pm Reply. Julie S — June 19, pm Reply.
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Karin Reay — April 5, pm Reply. The Chunky Chef — April 7, pm Reply. Taynor — April 3, pm Reply. The Chunky Chef — April 3, pm Reply. Susan greenauer — April 3, pm Reply. Amy — March 24, am Reply. Casey — March 22, am Reply. I wonder how this would be with chicken instead of burger. The Chunky Chef — March 22, am Reply. Laura G. Pat — March 18, am Reply. I heard of a sloppy joe recipe using taco seasoning. Do you have that recipe? The Chunky Chef — March 18, pm Reply. I do not have that one at this time, but am always open to new ideas for developing recipes!
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Par Beckett — February 23, pm Reply. Was delicious on a fresh grilled brioche bun. Added 4 wickles pickles to each bun. Melissa Anderson — February 22, am Reply. Annalisa Prillenos — February 21, pm Reply. Patrick — February 20, am Reply. Peg — February 18, pm Reply. The Chunky Chef — February 18, pm Reply. Korina — February 15, pm Reply. Ashlea — February 10, pm Reply. The Chunky Chef — February 10, pm Reply. Anternia Hawthorne — February 9, pm Reply. The Chunky Chef — February 9, pm Reply. Kat — February 9, am Reply. Nancy — February 7, pm Reply.
It will be a new favorite. Anne C. Fernanda — February 6, pm Reply. What could be a substitute for Ketchup?? The Chunky Chef — February 6, pm Reply. Anna — March 18, pm Reply. Michelle — February 4, pm Reply. Sharon — February 4, am Reply. After all, I tend to avoid high fructose corn syrup in my sweets, much less my dinner. Why, put together your own quick and easy, all-natural sauce, of course! Simply brown some ground beef or turkey , stir together a simple sauce, and then combine the two. Allow the mixture to simmer on the stove for a few minutes and then slap it on some buns.
Easy peasy! Kids adore it, but adults love it, too. A side salad , some baked beans , and — of course — some thickly-sliced pickles on top of your Sloppy Joes, and… dinner is served! Finally, a sloppy joe recipe without peppers! I did add the onion, and I doubled the recipe because my husband can eat 4 sandwiches in the blink of an eye, and I wanted some! This is a keeper for me.
This fit the bill! Ok seriously love this! Why not?! A friend gave me this recipe when I asked about how she made hers and hers was also very dark in color compared to mine. I even saw t and eat it in person. Too much high fructose and other additives for me. This is a delicious looking and great quick and easy meal that everyone in the family will love. Just looking at all that mouthwatering goodness is making me hungry! These really are the best sloppy joes! Instead of pickles I just added a little pickle juice to the meat mix.
My go to recipe now. Thanks for sharing. Great idea, Monique…we always put pickle slices on our Sloppy Joes but I never thought to put pickle juice in the meat! Awesome recipe! I am very picky and typically go for recipes with dozens of reviews rather than one with few….
The darkness definitely comes from Worcestershire sauce. Serve on hamburger buns. Save to favorites. Added to shopping list. Go to shopping list. Prep 15 m Cook 55 m Ready In 1 h 10 m Place ground beef and onion in a large skillet. Turn heat to medium and cook and stir the mixture constantly until the beef is browned and forms small crumbles, about 10 minutes. Stir in garlic and green bell pepper; cook and stir until softened, 2 to 3 minutes.
Add 1 cup water and stir, scraping the pan to dissolve any brown flavor bits from the bottom of the skillet. Mix in ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, Dijon mustard, salt, and black pepper. Add 1 more cup water and return mixture to a simmer. Reduce heat to low and simmer, stirring occasionally, until the liquid has evaporated and the mixture is thick, about 40 minutes.
Best Sloppy Joes (Easy Recipe!) - Cooking Classy
Season with salt , black pepper, and cayenne pepper to taste. You might also like. Neat Sloppy Joes These kid-pleasers are tasty--and really aren't all that sloppy! Cook 5-star weekday dinners every time. Per Serving: calories; Full nutrition. I made it! Chef John's Sloppy Joes. Chef John's Turkey Sloppy Joes.