This was my favorite sloppy joe recipe growing up. Definitely different from traditional sloppy joes and my picky eater will eat this.
Very similar to the recipe my mother used for sloppy joe lunch fund raisers for our school. Kids can't get enough!
Really tasty and tangy and an easy recipe to make. I used ground turkey instead of ground beef and it turned out delicious!
Great variation on a sloppy joes. My family enjoys these for a quick afternoon meal with beans & weenies. Thank-you
The recipe I grew up with is very similar to this. I've never eaten sloppy joes any other way, so not sure how they compare to others. I don't use vinegar, brown sugar or worcestershire sauce and I've never had a complaint. I use two cans of chicken gumbo and add ketchup to taste. I can't imagine sloppy joes without chicken gumbo soup.
Very tasty and easy.
These were delicious and very easy to make. I make them in a skillet on top of the stove instead of microwaving. I just browned the meat and then added the rest of the ingredients and heated it until it was simmering. Thanks for the recipe!
I grew up on this recipe. We made it regularly for church get togethers. It's the only joe's I'll eat (I don't like BBQ taste in burger). I also cook on the stove and always add onion to the browning beef.
If you're leary of this recipe, don't be, it's great. My grandson does not like BBQ so this is a great sloppy joe substitute. I call it "Loose Meat" sandwiches.
This is the version that I've made since the early 1960's. The only thing different that I do is brown a finely chopped large onion with the ground beef. I was totally surprised the first time that I made it because you can't even tell the soup is in the finished dish. Great recipe!