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These were delicious! I used 1/2 a yellow pepper and sauteed the onion and pepper with the meat while it browned. I also used brown sugar. Served on multigrain thin flat hamburger buns with sliced cheddar on top. What a great recipe- no need for the packaged stuff anymore!
Very good and easy to make, I was looking for an "auction sloppy joe" recipe which has tomato soup in it. This is not it but very good in a traditional sloppy joe kinda way.!.
Pretty good sloppy joes. Not terribly sweet, even with the sugar/splenda. I think we prefer sloppy joes where the onions and green pepper are a little more cooked (IE, had been cooked before hand). But a good solid, easy, meal. I served these on whole wheat buns alongside fried potatoes and steamed broccoli and cauliflower.