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Sloppy Joes

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Wife made sloppy joes tonight, it's from a recipe out of a church recipe collection; collated by the Epsilon Omega Sunday School class from the Honeyville Baptist Church, Honeyville, NY aka the 60's/70's era, but just as good today as it was then! The recipe was submitted by Priscilla Dixon and is as follows:

1½ tsp. shortening
1 Onion
1 Pepper

Dice onion and pepper and brown in Shortening. Add:

1 lb. Hamburg
¼ cup catsup
1 tsp. salt
¼ tsp. pepper
1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce
1 Tbsp. sugar (or Splenda®)
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

Simmer until thick (about 10 min.) and serve over hamburg rolls with coleslaw and a good spoonful on top!

Had 'em tonight and they were delicious!

post #2 of 12
Can you send me one or three.Looks yummy pops...
post #3 of 12
grew up on joes-so many ways to make a # of burger streach with sloppy joe recipies.that and mulligan
post #4 of 12
I remember in another post a day or so ago you said about putting coleslaw on top of sloppy Joes, I really need to try that.
post #5 of 12
Those sound so good Pops, I haven't had a Sloppy Joe in quite a while.
post #6 of 12
Thread Starter 
Yup! I cheated on the slaw; we had Popeye's on Tues., 2 pc for 99¢ and picked up a container of it for tonight's dinner - they make good slaw! Enjoy the Sloppy Joes, a quick easy meal. Now, who wants to kick it up a notch and make 'em "Smoky Joes" and stir in some smokin' in the smoker? I would but I know the wife wouldn't have the patience to wait an extra hour for dinner! If you try it, lemme know how it turns out!
post #7 of 12
I have smoked it Pops and it was great. I also add white vinegar and you know it is right when it takes your breath away.icon_mrgreen.gif

Here is my version.
post #8 of 12
What, no cheese? In my book, you can't have any meat on a bun without cheese!

Sounds good otherwise and I'll have to try it on the smoker next chance I get.
post #9 of 12
Pops, ya got my attention on those puppies.
post #10 of 12
Thanks for the recipe, Pops. I saved it for future reference.
post #11 of 12

Sloppy joes

Some of the best food i have eaten has come out of those old church cook books.
Was in an antique shop yesterday that must have had 300 cook books on a shelf. Alot of church - civic orgs. and family cook books . i could have stayed in that shop for hours looking at the books.
post #12 of 12
Those look and sound really yummo but I'm with flip where's the cheese you need cheese.
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