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I've been trying to find this recipe for years! Thank you so much for posting...Mom never wrote it down. The only change I made was to use spicy brown mustard instead of yellow. I love it and so does DH. Excellent!
Grew up on this stuff since I am from the coal region! Only thing I do different is more vin and mustard, we like it tangy!
Great sandwich! Made as written and everyone had seconds! The only thing I would change for next time is to decrease the mustard a little; with the tang of the vinegar 1 1/2 tsp mustard was a little too tangy for us. Made for Lets P-A-R-T-Y Tag.
We all loved this simple, tasty sandwich. I used a little more than 1 pound of ground beef but didn't change anything else. This gave me 8 sandwiches so we each got two and everyone loved it. My 8 year old ate half of her's b4 I even got to sit down; which is saying something because she is a difficult eater. I served these on potato buns since I read on another site to do so. I'll use thoes again for this type of sandwich. Chips and pickles on the side made this a simple, yummy, and kid friendly meal. DH loved it too. I'll be making this again. Thanks!
Great, quick and easy sandwiches! The vinegar made this tangier than the typical sloppy joe - very tasty. This is a super quick weeknight meal - thanks for sharing the recipe!
A combination of nostalgia and flavor made me fall hard for this dish. Attended college in PA and have many memories of late night sessions noshing on grinders like this. Who knew it was such an easy combination? A little older and more health conscious, I made this using lean ground turkey. Since it is a little sweeter than beef I cut the sugar (in my case Splenda) in half and it was perfect. You could build something more complex and sophisticated, but the simple flavors here and great (and kid friendly). Thanks!