7 Reviews

This was a different tasting sloppy joe - and we enjoyed it!! Didn't find salsa con queso so used regular salsa. Served it with some pasta instead of buns. Thanks Lainey! :)

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Redsie September 23, 2008

This is a unique sloppy joe but one that was enjoyed by all. It's tasty and spicy and easy to make.

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potions April 02, 2008

This makes for a different kind of sloppy joe, bursting with flavor, and is delicious. For the taco seasoning, I used Deb's Recipes' Homemade Taco Seasoning Packet Replacement #154235. I skipped the tortilla chips on the side.

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echo echo March 27, 2008

The family declared this "a fine sandwich!" Easy to put together and very tasty. I served them on buns with sour cream, jalapenos, salsa and black olives. Thanks for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. August 15, 2007

This made a good sloppy joe. We also ate it on nachos. Both were good. Made as written,. Thanks Lainey6605. Bullwinkle

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bullwinkle July 16, 2007

Yummy! I served this on rolls like usual sloppy joes, without all the other fixins. I only used about 3/4 of the jar of queso because we like our sloppy joes thick and not so, well, sloppy. Other than that, I followed as is. I think the only change I would make in the future is to brown the meat first, so that I could drain it, and then add the onion and pepper without any extra oil. This would probably make the vegetables slightly crunchier, but I think that would be ok for me. And DBF went back for fourths (not completely unprecedented but, still, he is supposed to be on a diet) so this is a definite keeper. Thanks Lainey!

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ksduffster April 09, 2007
Nacho Joes