Cooking Light Sloppy Joes

Cooking Light Sloppy Joes created by lauralie41

These are so good! Cooking Light suggests serving this with carrots and vegetables chips.

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  • Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat.
  • Add the onion, pepper and ground round; cook until beef is browned, stirring to crumble.
  • Stir in tomato sauce and the rest of the ingredients except the rolls.
  • Cover and cook 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Spoon onto rolls.
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"These are so good! Cooking Light suggests serving this with carrots and vegetables chips."
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  1. ireland.black
    Ok, so I haven't had a sloppy Joe since I was 10, and my tastes have changed enormously since then. I picked this recipe because of the lack of sweet ingredients. I also altered it to be vegetarian-ish by using gardein ground round. I did use Worcestershire though. I also used red pepper instead of green. I added extra seasoning - garlic powder, more oregano, and some cayenne. I had to add quite a bit more passata, but I think that's due to the veggie "meat." I loved this with my adaptations.
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  2. Okra4540
    Decided to try this recipe since it didn't call for ketchup and all kinds of sugar and I'm so glad I did. It's good but (thankfully) not sweet like so many sloppy joe recipes. Since I was also testing this recipe to see if my grandkids would like it, I didn't add the green pepper but will if I'm only making it for myself. I cooked it uncovered and it was just right after 15 minutes, not too sloppy at all.
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  3. EK7992
    This recipe is awesome. I liked the fact that it didn't call for ketchup because I don't like ketchup. I made two batches... one with ground meat and one with morningstar ground meat. I added diced carrot and celery to both, which helped stretch the meat a bit. Once the sauce is made, you don't really notice the added veggies. My husband loved this recipe. I could eat it as is w/o the bun. I will certainly be making this again.
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  4. smadie3
    This was very tasty! I used TVP instead of ground beef and Truvia instead of sugar. I also used no salt added tomato sauce and paste. This was very easy to make and tasted fabulous!
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  5. smadie3
    This was very tasty! I used TVP instead of ground beef and Truvia instead of sugar. I also used no salt added tomato sauce and paste. This was very easy to make and tasted fabulous!
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