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I had a pound of meat, so I doubled everything else. After the spices were in, it seemed a bit bland to me, so I added 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce, garlic powder and ketchup to taste. I also added a sprinkle of hickory smoke flaver powder (from Great American Spice Company) and then let it simmer until it was thick. I just used it as a sloppy Joe on a homemade bun. It was really tasty! The green pepper added a very nice touch. It was fast and I almost always have those ingredients on hand. Will be making again. Karen, thank you again for another great recipe!

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Rose is Rose November 16, 2007

Great easy recipe with clear instructions. I did do one thing differently I cooked the weiners in the hamburger sauce instead of boiling them separately in water. Simmered them in the sauce for about 10 minutes. Very delicious Karen - thanks for posting the recipe

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Bergy April 01, 2006
Coney Islands (or Sloppy Joes)