The messy, saucy, warm, crumbly, meaty goodness in a warm, fluffy bun. The beloved Sloppy Joe.
Now I am a classy broad of sorts, I love my fish, my filet, my Faux Grois, something you use a knife and fork to eat, but I really love me my Sloppy Joe. This is a meal where I can really dig in and let loose. Last night, was a Sloppy Joe night. I don’t mean the open a can of Manwich type of Sloppy Joe night. I mean the real flavor, the taste, the ultimate mess of a homemade Sloppy Joe that guess what? You can make too! No can. No bullshit. Just open your pantry or your fridge to the loads of condiments in your door. Here are the deets for the easiest, tastiest, Sloppy Joe’s you will ever sink your teeth into…..ergo…..the rest will land in your lap….or like me….on my boobs.
1-2 pounds of ground beef or Turkey (if you are a dieting type person…like moi)
NOW, these ingredients all depend on the amount of meat AND how Sloppy you want that Joe.
1-2 cups of Ketchup
3T – 1/4 c of Yellow Mustard
1/2 – 1 cup of BBQ Sauce if you like that zippety sweet taste in your Joes
1/4 – 1/2 c of brown sugar
2-4T of Vinegar
1/4 c. Diced onions (optional)
1/4 c. Diced Bell pepper (optional)
- Â Brown all meat with optional vegetable, while meat is browning mix together the vinegar and brown sugar to dissolve.
- Add sugar mixture to ketchup, mustard, and BBQ sauce, mixing throughly so that a smooth creamy consistency is reached.
- Drain meat of any fats and liquids and return to pan
- Add sauce, stir thoroughly until all meat is coated.
- Cook for 2 more minutes
Easy Peasy Pumpkin Pie. Sloppy Joes in a snap. Really who doesn’t love a Sloppy Joe?
My Big G…who doesn’t like anything that doesn’t rhyme or sound like chicken told me this:
“Mom, this is the bestest meal ever. It makes my stomach feel real good! Oh! SO! DELISH!”
I know buddy…..I rock as a lazy chef.
7 Replies to “Sloppy Joes”
oh god i really wish to bite into it right now….seriously i am hungry but dont feel like cooking and nothing seems apetitising!!!!
Mmmmm…. that looks so yummy! I do remember eating a sloppy Joes when I lived in the US, but haven't had one in many years. Time to get cooking! My kids would love it.
Just stopping by from SITS wishing you a great week!
You brought back such memories to me! This is how I used to make my sloppy joes, with ketchup and mustard. Now, I cheat and use the canned stuff. 🙂
I love a lazy chef – especially on busy days! This sounds great
Your brother doesn't love a sloppy joe! He does not like them whatsoever. Although they sounds absolutely delish, I will not be making them because your brother will not eat them. Loser! LOL!
I bet he would….he has eaten some of my food. It's my moms food he is so not hot for….her sloppy joes are…."different". Love ya sis!!
You are making me hungry!!