Click for Chef Braddock's Profile

Login Here
Appetizers (1887)
Barbeque (728)
Basics (28)
Beef (1945)
Beverages (408)
Breads (616)
Cake (1264)
Candies (408)
Cheese (2265)
Chicken (866)
Chocolate (608)
Cookies (540)
Desserts (1104)
Duck (37)
Eggs (226)
Fruits (302)
Grains (8)
Holiday (116)
Kids (57)
Lamb (557)
Liquor (155)
Main Dish (3679)
Mexican (736)
Nuts (122)
Pasta (1642)
Pets (4)
Rice (1624)
Salad (714)
Salads (2)
Sauces (446)
Seafood (155)
Side Dish (173)
Snacks (55)
Soups (918)
Stews (162)
Turkey (4)

Mary Beth's Sloppy Joes Hits: 4  
Mary Beth's Sloppy Joes
Submitted by: Chef Braddock
This is my sisters sloppy joe recipe. It is the best ever I believe. I've made X 10 batches of this and it is just as good. It works well in a crock pot as long as you brown and drain the excess fat of the ground beef and sausage.
Date Added: September 8, 2008 Season: Any
Category: Beef Prep. Method: Other
Calories:   Dish Type: Other 
Serves: Cuisine: American
Prep. Time: 30 minutes     

1 1/2 # ground beef
1 # breakfast sausage
1 c green pepper seeded and chopped
1 8 oz can tomato sauce
1/2 water
1/2 c ketchup
1/2 c brown sugar
2 tbsp Cider vinager
2 tbsp prepared mustard
2 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp worcestershire sauce
1 tsp salt
1/4 flour
  1. In large roasting pan brown ground beef and sausage together. After brown, remove from heat and drain off all fat. Return to pan and add green peppers, tomato sauce, water, ketchup, brown sugar, cider vinegar, mustard, chili powder, Worcestershire sauce and salt. Mix all ingredients together until mixed thoroughly and cook slowly until mixture is thickened slightly and Sloppy Joe is smooth breaking up any chunks with a wire whisk if necessary. When mixture is slightly thickened sift flour over Sloppy Joe mixture a little at a time mixing in while you sift so you donít get flour lumps in the Joe. Serve at once.

  2. (Note: take out what you will need for service and heat up that amount. Sloppy Joe will last a week in the cooler. It also freezes well in the proper container).

Rating: (1)  
Added On: September 8, 2008

Added by:
Sarah Caswell
Added on:
September 11, 2008
I have fixed this recipe for my family many times and it is delicious. It is really easy in a crock pot. I use a nice soft kaiser roll with a slice of cheese and a dill pickle. Mmmm is it ever good
Search Recipes
Exact Phrase
All Words (AND)
Any Word (OR)
Pintable Coupons

Website security and hosting provided by HiTechValue Inc.