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Sloppy Joes ( Mr Food )

Sloppy Joes ( Mr Food ) created by mayness

This recipe is a Mr food recipe that I have been using for several years. We really enjoy this recipe.

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  • Cook hamburger over medium heat and drain grease. ( I like to rinse the extra grease out).
  • Add remaining ingredients and simmer for about 20 minutes.
  • Serve on hamburger buns.
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"This recipe is a Mr food recipe that I have been using for several years. We really enjoy this recipe."
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  1. Marie Nixon
    I didn't really care for the taste of these sloppy joes. I added just a big pinch of oregano but even with that little bit, I didn't like the flavor that gave to the sloppy joes.
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  2. mayness
    Sloppy Joes ( Mr Food ) Created by mayness
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  3. mayness
    This is officially my new go-to sloppy joe recipe! I've been wanting one that's not sweet or spicy but still has a lot of flavor. And it's so easy - I made it while getting ready for work and packed it away to take for lunches. There are ingredients in tomato soup that I won't eat, so I used a can of tomato sauce with a little added water to bring it to the right amount. I also wasn't sure what "hot pepper sauce" was so I used sriracha. Maybe when I have more time, I'll try adding some diced veggies, too. (Made for Bargain Basement tag game.)
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  4. Candle Lover
    This recipe is a Mr food recipe that I have been using for several years. We really enjoy this recipe.
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