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I've been looking for a recipe like this for years, when I was a kid (55-60 years ago) my Mom would take me to Montgomery Wards they served a sandwich much like this. I used about 2 to 2-1/2lbs of ground beef, I put the dry soup, water and flour is a sauce pan and boiled on the stove, I then put everything in a Slow Cooker then I added a little Beef Bouillon and a little more water and cooked it all day I served it on buns with raw sweet onions. My husband really like it and he doesn't care for Sloppy Joes LOVE IT! LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing.

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awnutz May 14, 2010

zoyie, Hubby & I didn't think it tasted to much like white castles, but very easy and tasty. Will have again. I added hamburger dill slices to the top of each sandwich.

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zoyie March 05, 2003

We never had a sloppy joe prepared this way before. I'm really glad that I tried this recipe. It was so good, comforting and satisfying. Even the picky dh enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe, which I will make again. Made for What's on the Menu? Tag Game 2015.

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Baby Kato January 18, 2015

Me and my hubby loves these. So good. They are so easy and so tasty. We would so make these again.

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Chef Lora and Mathew Hahn September 24, 2013

A sloppy joe/loose meat sandwich with all the flavor of a White Castle burger! I added a little light cream at the end (about a tablespoon) for a richer texture. Served with American cheese, dill pickle slices, and a squirt of mustard. These would be terrific for a patio picnic, or to munch on at the camp site. Next time I may try making "White Castle Nachos", preparing the meat mixture, then spooning it over tortilla chips and smothering them with shredded American cheese. Melt for a few minutes in the oven, then garnish with chopped dill pickles and a drizzle of mustard. (Belly growls while mouth waters) Who knows? "Next time'' just may be today!!

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Christmas Carol June 07, 2012

pretty good. incresed flour and onion a bit. will use awnutz's idea of adding a bit of beef bouillon.... it needed a bit of beefy flavor added to it. had added a little bit of minced garlic too. will make some more and more than likely experiment a lot more. thanks Donna M for something good, easy, and quick.

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Chef GreanEyes February 05, 2012

This was just okay for us. We absolutely adore White Castles....ate them for
Thanksgiving dinner one year when the turkey crashed. This just didn't have that slider flavor.

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Prayztwice June 11, 2011

When we left New Jersey, we left The Castle behind. So sad. This recipe was a great W.C. "fix". With the left overs, I added a whole bunch ( sorry I didn't measure) of dried chili powder- maybe 6 tbs? We used this to make chili dogs- grilled hot dogs, yellow mustard, lots of this chili sauce, and chopped raw onion. YUMMY- tastes just like the texas wieners served at our fav. chili dog place in Jersey. One recipe, and two tastes of "home". Thanks for posting.

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jerseygirl1952 May 27, 2011

Taste just like a White Castle! So yummy and so easy!

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trush September 19, 2010
White Castle Sloppy Joes