102 Reviews

I used this recipe to build a vegetarian sloppy joe with mashed kidney beans and it was AMAZING! I used about half the brown sugar and ketchup called for here, no mustard, and probably a bit less chili powder as well, with red wine vinegar. To. Die. For. Perfect comfort food. Thanks so much!

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SAHS May 16, 2010

How easy and quick this came together. I used 1.25 pounds of ground chuck and 2 pounds ground turkey combined well then doubled the other ingredients and fed lots of hungry kids and some surprised adults. This is a keeper

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Gotten Lazy over 45 May 11, 2010

My husband and I really enjoyed this. I made a couple of changes - Added a Red Pepper, More Onion, A clove of Garlic, Some Garlic Powder and more Chilli Powder. It turned out perfectly over some hamburger rolls. Definitely a keeper! Thanks so much :)

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Stace0 October 23, 2012

Very nice. Doubled everything except the hamburger and it was enough to feed my crowd and then some. Thanks for sharing.

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Diana in KS March 20, 2010

Hubby is low to no sodium diet, so I made it using salt-free ketchup and tomato sauce, cut the worchesrshire sauce in half, added a splash of liquid smoke, lots of garlic with the onions and some hot sauce. Cooked it all in my Turbo Cooker and after mixing in the sauces, let it slow cook for a hour to blend the flavors (the salt-free sauce makes this necessary since it has little flavor on its own.). Soooo good, will make again.

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~*Sarah*~ August 28, 2016

Easy to cook and very yummy. Made it with ground beef and let it simmer for a while while preparing side dishes. The result was a thick tasty sloppy Joe.

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Dummerchen June 26, 2015

This was yummy! I bought manwich at the store and guess it didn't make it home so when I went to add it, it wasn't there!! Looked this up and had everything on hand... it was GREAT! and easy!<br/>Might not be buying the Manwich...

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Mrs. Lumpy March 07, 2014

I needed a recipe that used what I had on hand. Made it with 1 can tomato sauce and 1 small can tomato paste. Used Balsalmic vinegar and followed the resat of the recipe. I did use some water to thin it and worked well. Gave it 5 stars as DH ate it 3 days in a row at his request. He does not like leftovers and I can get him to eat them maybe once after with a day between. We both loved. Such great taste. I'll be using this recipe forever. Think I'll pass it on to my daughter.

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frostyprecious January 27, 2014

Great sloppy joes! I half it and skip the vinegar and it's great! Thanks for the keeper!

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lolablitz January 25, 2014

Quick easy dinner for us. We added green peppers. Made for Name that Ingredient.

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Lavender Lynn January 17, 2014
Grandmas Sloppy Joes