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Great kid food. You can serve this on a hot dog bun or hamburger bun. Makes a quick and easy lunch.

Recipe #133473

Homemade Sloppy Joes

Recipe #187666

Found this in a magazine and adapted it to fit my taste. It's so versatile that these can be made to suit any taste or to use whatever you have on hand.

Recipe #163669

Sloppy Joe's fine-tuned! If you want, substitute Greek oregano for the rosemary. I served the lamb mixture on two different type of bread to appease all- whole wheat/ multi-grain dinner rolls and ciabatta. From Sunset Magazine, February 2006.

Recipe #161558

I love baked potatoes and love to pile almost anything on them. Hope you enjoy this recipe. Cooking time does not allow for time for the potatoes to bake. From Taste of Home.

Recipe #160713

In search of another way to use canned salmon, I thought why not subsitute salmon for ground beef in sloppy joes. The result is interesting and worth a try at least once.

Recipe #186506

Comfort food - Dad's way. Good cold-weather, quick, comfort food. Not a barbeque flavor based dish - more like a chili without the spice. So good; so simple; so quick!

Recipe #186539

My grandma made a mean Sloppy Joe in her day, and here is her recipe. You may be wrinkling up your nose at the odd ingredient...chicken gumbo soup. Honestly, it's what makes this recipe so good!

Recipe #186630

Just as good as sloppy joes and lower in fat!

Recipe #20004

If you're anywhere from the midwest, you will be familiar with these "loose meat" sandwiches. I spent years looking for a recipe that duplicates what I remember eating while growing up. After much experimenting, my sisters and I finally declare this recipe as IT. I hope you think so too! UPDATE: I spent an afternoon with my Mom at the original Nuway location down on East Douglas in Wichita, KS and was able to refine the recipe a bit more after talking to someone who had worked there for years. I've adjusted the recipe to reflect the information I was given, to be more precise. I found they cook the meat at a high heat in a cast iron cooker, then hold it at around 200 degrees to serve the lunch crowd. I was told there is no seasoning in the meat, but that all the flavor is what is on the bun. I made these again to test that theory, and realized the dill pickles are salty enough that you don't need any extra seasoning. I orginally had counted the "holding" time and realized this actually only takes minutes to cook. Sometimes the best things are ultimately simple! These are the Real Deal.

Recipe #58430

For those who like theirs with a little more kick than usual.

Recipe #180322

This came from the LDS book "Especially for Mormons." There is a story that goes with it. This high school age girl invited friends over for a party. She asked the housekeeper (!) to fix them something really good for she considered these kids to be the creme de la creme. Well the housekeeper fixed this recipe because she knew the girl liked it so very well. When it came time to eat, the girl became very embarrassed, thinking of giving this plain food to her friends. Well, wouldn't you know, the gang loved this dish and complemented it and the girl over and over! This is another version of a sloppy Joe. I find it to be pretty sweet, but not too sweet. Not being all that familiar with sloppies, I think it is worthy of lots of complements, too. I even call the sandwiches "Sloppy Minnies."

Recipe #178498

Made this up to feed the kids coming home late from baseball practice. It fits the criteria of popularity and speedy final prep.

Recipe #171480

1 Reviews |  By Marie

A very different sloppy joe sandwich and really yummy.

Recipe #171372

From The Great Big Burger Book. No one is absolutely sure who created this delicious sandwich but some believe the claim that the Sloppy Joe began in a Sioux City, Iowa, cafe as a "loose meat sandwich" in 1930, the creation of a cook named Joe.

Recipe #174258

I got this recipe from a coworker and they were the best sloppy joes i had ever had.

Recipe #167878

7 Reviews |  By Rita~

Sweet and spicy joes. Serve it over rice or on a bun. Top with grated cheese!

Recipe #166766

This recipe is from Food Network's Rachael Ray. I like it b/c it uses tomato sauce instead of ketchup, and you can spice it up as you like. I add more onions as well as some garlic. * I like to use a little less brown sugar, as we like ours spicier rather than sweet.

Recipe #82944

Just the thing for a day when you're wanton something delicious, and a hamburger patty is just too restrictive. Loosen up your inhibitions and pile some loose meat on a bun. Wicked over hot, whipped potatoes as well.

Recipe #58224

I ate this @ a friends house and loved it and after whineing a lot, she gave me the recipe. She served this on hamburger buns, but I served these on crusty french rolls.

Recipe #95609

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