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This Easy Sloppy Joes recipe is the kind of feel-good food that makes everyone happy, because it's easy to make and it tastes great! The key to this recipe is the condensed tomato soup- combined with a few other pantry staples, it makes a sauce that is the perfect balance of savory and sweet. Just 2 steps and it's ready to pile onto soft rolls (or roll into tortillas or serve over biscuits- your choice!). If you want to add some veggies to these Easy Sloppy Joes, see the tip below for adding some cauliflower rice!
cost per recipe: $7.42
Season the beef with salt and pepper. Cook the beef in a 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat until well browned, stirring often to separate meat. Pour off any fat.
Stir in the soup, brown sugar, Worcestershire, mustard and garlic powder and cook for 5 minutes. Season to taste. Serve the beef mixture on the buns.
I added celery, red pepper, and onion. Very good!
The Best Sloppy Joe's Ever!
This is a family favorite. I cut the soup to 3/4 a can and add a teaspoon of worcheshire sauce. You can also add minced onion and green peppers and it is delicious. This is a great party recipe because it's easy to make a large quantity and very tasty!! It is also a great leftover food.
My grandmothers Campbells recipe from 1954...
Make the same recipe as above, just add 1/2 tsp of Brown Sugar...3/4 tsp of wht Vinegar...and 1/4 C of fine diced wht or yellow onions.
Note: Cook the Ground Beef, drain the oil and Saute the onions for about 2-3 minutes with the Ground Beef.
Once Grd Beef & Onions are done add all the other ingredients...Simmer for 15 minutes...Serve.
This is the recipe my mother got from her mother. This is what we love.
If you do not like onions, don't add any... Or replace diced onions with a tsp of granulated Onion powder...and don't tell anyone.
Very easy to make and have ready fast.....Something the kids will love... And grownups too ;)
Sub. Chicken Gumbo Soup for Tomato Soup
I remember my Aunt making Sloppy Burgers. But I didn't remember adding the catsup or how much mustard. This is a change from the Regular Sloppy Joes.
Haven't made it since the twins were in Grade School, just a few yrs ago, LOL
This nutritional information refers to each serving of the entire recipe and not just the products used as ingredients.