Best Sloppy Joe Recipe – How to Make a Sloppy Joe

Best Sloppy Joe Recipe – How to Make a Sloppy Joe

I used to be terrified of dirty sweethearts. it’s the truth. When I was a little girl, it occurred to me that dirty candy was demons, and that if I ate them I would become possessed and die.

Okay, listen. I know that sounds crazy. But thanks to my best friend Becky, who was a staunch Baptist, demon possession was among my biggest childhood fears. Becky and I thought my parents’ basement was possessed Vogue magazine The magazine was possessed, and I, in turn, came to believe that the junk food — yes, the favorite comfort food made with ground beef in a Dutch oven — was possessed.

I have since come to see the light. I made peace with dirty lovers. And Becky made up with her Vogue magazine magazine. We have both grown so much in our faith.

There’s nothing gourmet or fancy (or devilish) at all about this dirty stuff, and the balance of ingredients is just right! I love grilling cakes, but you don’t have to. This is the perfect recipe for family dinner!

What exactly is a sloppy joe?

It’s just a thick, slightly sweet and tangy meat sauce that you put between two buns and eat like a sandwich – a simple, easy 30-minute meal that everyone will love!

What is sloppy joe sauce made of?

It’s made with ketchup, brown sugar, tomato paste, Worcestershire, chili powder, garlic, dry mustard, and a little Tobasco (if you like). This sauce covers ground meat, onions and bell peppers to make the filling.

What’s a good side dish with dirty sweethearts?

You can serve it with a bag of kettle-cooked potato chips, or make something cold, fresh and crunchy like a broccoli salad or a classic coleslaw. Pasta salad or potato salad would be great too!

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Here’s what you need: As you can see, I accidentally left some objects out of the character group shot. And you know what they say: It’s not a party until something is crossed out from the cast of characters!

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First, add the butter to a large skillet or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add the minced meat and cook until it turns brown.

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When the meat turns brown, drain most of the fat from it. Look at all this!

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Want to make your cardiologist happy? Send him a picture like this.

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Next, cut a medium-sized onion in half from root to tip. Place half the onion face down on a cutting board, then make several vertical slices across the onion.

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Then cut in the other direction to cut it.

It’s been a while since I showed you how to dice an onion.

It was time.

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Now cut off the top and bottom of one or two green chillies (depending on size). Cut the circle in half and lay the halves flat.

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Cut the halves into slices…

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Then cut the strips to make small dice.
I love slicing bell peppers. If I could get a job that involved dicing bell peppers 24 hours a day, I would take the chance!

Maybe I’ll quit in a couple of days, because by then, I’ll be sick of paprika.

But they will be the best two days of my life.

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Chop some garlic too – several cloves! Be brave!

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Add onions and peppers…

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And garlic! Cook this for a few minutes, until the onions and peppers start to become slightly soft.

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Measure out 1 1/2 cups (give or take) of ketchup. You can also add a little chili sauce if you have some in your refrigerator door.

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Put it in the meat mixture…

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Stir it until it blends. Add a pinch of salt and plenty of freshly ground black pepper to spice things up a bit.

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Add a cup or a cup and a half of water…

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And stir it.

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Next, add a little brown sugar, some chili powder, and some dry mustard.

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Stir and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes, just for the flavors to blend.

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While cooking, sprinkle a little red pepper flakes to give the dessert some crunch Bada boom bada bing bang boom!

But only if you’re into that kind of thing.

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Along the way, you can also add a few drops of Worcestershire sauce, more salt and pepper if needed, and even (I do this a lot) a tablespoon or two of tomato paste to give it a little deeper tomato flavour. Taste and test along the way—you can even add a little Tabasco to light things up.

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To serve sloppy walnuts, I like to toast the buns first. It gives a little substance and crispness to the sandwiches, creates more work for me, and is a hobby for me.

No, not really.

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Make sure to use butter on the baking sheet!

Without butter, nothing matters in life.

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Add a mound of meat mixture.

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Tasty! There is no trace of Satan anywhere!

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Place it on top of the cake and serve with a big pile of kettle-cooked potato chips. The crisis is necessary!

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Oh, and if you’re feeling particularly bad… you can melt a slice of cheese on top.

Enjoy this! They are delicious.


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