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    Sloppy Joes

    [Cover photo by Marg @Cayman Designs.] Includes loosemeat sandwiches. My other Sandwiches cookbooks: Don't Stop Now--We're on a Roll , Italians , Melts , Pita-full Creations , Two Slabs of Bread and a Filling or Wrapsody .
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    Tacos on a bun!

    Recipe #279958

    When we were kids, we always called these yip yips. I guess that is a Midwestern thing. I've been looking for a sloppy joe recipe that tasted like my mom's for years (she always just threw it together and I could never get the taste) and finally found it. Since we're Pepsi lovers, I substituted it for the Coca Cola.

    Recipe #109671

    This is adapted from an old TOH Quick Cooking recipe that has saved my tail many times. I keep them on hand in the freezer for those crazy busy times when I don't have time to cook.

    Recipe #67233

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A Tex-Mex like twist on traditional sloppy joes, paired with a cool, crunchy coleslaw topping. As a personal preference I leave out the cilantro, but recipe is posted as written.

    Recipe #200732

    This sloppy Joe recipe has a little kick to it. We loved it the way it is posted but you might want to cut back on the spices if you don't like food with a kick to it. I purchased a Women's Day Magazine entitled Slow Cooking and I have been posted several recipes from this magazine. I have to say not one of the recipes didn't get a FANTASTIC! rating.

    Recipe #217895

    A different take on sloppy joe's.

    Recipe #205299

    A barbecue-flavored twist on sloppy joes. Recipe is from Kraft.

    Recipe #199785

    This comes from the September 2006 issue of the Pillsbury cookbooklet. It was very tasty when I had it...especially with a super good jalapeno cheese kaiser roll.

    Recipe #199754

    This is found in my recipe collection under "Mrs. McCann's Barbeque". It was handed down from a neighbor of my great-aunt's sometime in the 1940's. I prefer to use ground round so there isn't so much fat. Gets better the longer it simmers.

    Recipe #15344

    Coney islands are served often at fairs. This meat mixture also makes excellent sloppy joes. Fast and easy.

    Recipe #30755

    From "Make-a-Mix" by Karine Eliason. I purposefully omitted the salt for a healthier version. Could not find green pepper flakes, so I used Spike seasoning as an emergency substitute.

    Recipe #150390

    3 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    I make these quite often usually on a Saturday for a quick dinner.

    Recipe #23437

    Hamburger with a bar-b-q- sauce built in!

    Recipe #23711

    These are loose meat sandwiches that aren't like your regular old sloppy joes. And they are super easy!

    Recipe #142295

    I LOVE pumpkin. It's one of those "Ignored Gourds". All it seems that ever comes of them is a lot of toasted seeds, a few good carved faces and melted wax all over it! I suggest trying it more often. The meat can even be used/salvaged from the Ole' Jack-O. Just scrape it out and cook it instead of throwing it out! If not, use any squash, it won't be quite the same, but still tasty! OH... And... NEVER use that canned stuff. ALWAYS use homemade puree, just make sure it is well drained. Peace for Pumpkins!

    Recipe #172852

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Spicy!!!! Crock pot recipe! Yes! There is no reason you can't make these stove top. Just simmer till flavors meld and meat is tender. I also puree an optional carrot and red bell pepper for sweetness and extra nutrients for the family

    Recipe #55051

    6 Reviews |  By yooper

    I can't believe that out of almost 40,000 recipes, no-one has posted a recipe for this! These are Iowa's claim to fame, sort of like a cousin to the Sloppy Joe.

    Recipe #41860

    9 Reviews |  By ugogirl

    Because of my German heritage, I try to use the month of October to cook more German-inspired foods. When my sons were younger, they loved sauerkraut and any dish that contained it. This was a favorite of theirs and I liked that it was a one skillet, easy and tasty sandwich. I served it with German potato salad. Yum!!

    Recipe #142705

    Kids really love this.

    Recipe #104164

    This sandwich is from one of my favorite cookbooks "Great Foods From Mom's Diner." It's a unique variation on the Sloppy Joe, so if you're bored with the same old sandwiches give this one a try! Since "Mom" owns the diner, she added a few unlikely (but delicious) ingredients and cleverly re-named it of course!

    Recipe #102044

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