Absolutely delicious! Unfortunately I only got to eat one sandwich, cause hubby and son wolfed it down. Not even any leftovers! I put the diced tomatoes in the blender for a few secs and passed it off as New and Improved Manwich! Didn't tell them till they finished it was homemade! Will be making this alot Inez. Thanks for posting! :)
OK, Inez, this is no longer a "one-hit wonder". We've made this twice now, have loved it and I just forgot to review it. It's easy and deee-licious ... beats the heck out of Manwiches!
This is much better than Manwhich-so fresh tasting. My kids weren't so keen on the chunks of tomato so I think next time I will give them a little smoother texture by throwing the canned tomatoes in the food processor for a few seconds.
This was a good sloppy joe recipe. It was easy to prepare and all of the ingredients are what anyone would have on hand. I liked the diced tomatoes, not something I usually add. I did find it a bit sweet, so next time I will add some black pepper and 1 or 2 crushed garlic cloves. I served these on crusty buns and made some oven fries with them - thanks for posting.
EXCELLENT! I followed the directions to a T, and it had a Wonderful Flavor as is, the recipe is very aptly-named. My famiy likes sloppy joes a bit more tomatoey, and I added a 6-oz. can of tomato paste...AWESOME!! Thank-you Inez for Another KEEPER!
The recipe says it all, "Best Ever Sloppy Joes" I will be making this recipe from now on.
My idea of sloppy joes is a can of Manwich and ground beef. This is sooooo much better and my family has now tasted the real deal. They all loved it. The seasoning was superb. Thanks Inez. Another keeper here.
This is a great basic recipe. My family tends toward a sloppier, and spicier, sloppy joe, so I ended up adding a can of tomato paste and a 1/2 cup beef stock, along with about 2 Tablespoons of chili powder. It was the first night my son has been back home for dinner in almost a year, and this recipe put him and DH over the moon with that comfort food feeling of coming home. :) Thanks for sharing, MizzNezz! Made & enjoyed in honor of your courageous fight. Fight Like A Girl!
All I can say is ummmm good! Will never use a different sloppy joe recipe. The only thing I did different was to substitute(1)15 oz can of tomato sauce for the diced tomatoes and left out the green pepper. Everyone loved it!
Very good recipe! Easy to prepare and most ingredients on hand or easily modified for those not available in my kitchen on occassion. Taste is lighter than that of the "canned" version and it has less bind-ability. Served this over homemade cornbread for a variation! Will fix it again! YUM!