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Sloppy Joes-Manwich Style

We like this for a fast and tasty dinner.

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25mins
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  • In a large skillet brown the beef in a small amount of oil, if needed.
  • Add the remaining ingredients, except buns and mix well.
  • Bring to a boil, reduce heat to a simmer and cook for 15 minutes, or until mixture is reduced and has reached the desired thickness your looking for.
  • Serve on toasted Buns.
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"We like this for a fast and tasty dinner."
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  1. Ginny Ax
    I thought these were very good, but I kinda like manwich better. My husband liked these better. We started calling it "Witchwich" instead of manwich! I will make again, but do a little tweaking. I thought that the steak sauce was a bit too strong, next time I will half it and add tomato paste.
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  2. coreybro1
    This is the best sloppy joe recipe! Thank you! I will make our sloppy joes this way from now on!
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  3. knaylor76
    Great. Family loves it and I love not giving them all the added sodium and preservative found in the store bought variety. I actually like the flavors in this better than the real thing. I did however make slight modifications for the kids. I used yellow instead of spicy mustard, and eliminated the chili powder.I also used ground turkey. All worked well. Thanks for the posting.
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  4. knaylor76
    Great. Family loves it and I love not giving them all the added sodium and preservative found in the store bought variety. I actually like the flavors in this better than the real thing. I did however make slight modifications for the kids. I used yellow instead of spicy mustard, and eliminated the chili powder.I also used ground turkey. All worked well. Thanks for the posting.
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  5. carlinsmom
    Excellent Sloppy Joe's. I like the recipe better than the canned Manwich stuff. A+
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