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EatingWell Sloppy Joes

October/November 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Our updated Sloppy Joe takes lean ground beef and adds chopped cremini mushrooms and diced fresh plum tomatoes, all in a zesty sauce. Served on a whole-wheat bun, it's a hearty dinner sandwich that will please adults and kids alike.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is so good! Instead of the ketchup/chili sauce I used tomato puree, added 2 cloves of crushed garlic, a liberal sprinkling of chili powder, a dash of cayenne, and just a bit of honey. Looking forward to the leftovers! "
EatingWell Sloppy Joes Recipe

34 Reviews for EatingWell Sloppy Joes

05/26/2011
Very delicious quick meal

This was a very delicious quick meal. I'll make this again. My 7 yr old ate 3 sloppy joes!!! It's safe to say she really likes it!!

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03/01/2011
A Definite Keeper!

Fabulous Sloppy Joes!!

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09/02/2010
Anonymous

This is so good! Instead of the ketchup/chili sauce I used tomato puree, added 2 cloves of crushed garlic, a liberal sprinkling of chili powder, a dash of cayenne, and just a bit of honey. Looking forward to the leftovers!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 42 weeks ago

I tried this alteration and

I tried this alteration and it was great!

08/31/2010
Anonymous

Very good and also better for you Sloppy Joes.
My husband doesn't normally like sloppy joes because they normally are greasy.
He gives the thumbs-up for this sloppy joes.

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08/16/2010
Anonymous

The flavors in this recipe hit the spot. I did use ground turkey meet with a dash of Worcestershire sauce and a little salt and pepper to begin the dish. I also added a small or 15 oz can of crushed organic fire roasted tomatoes instead of the chopped plum tomatoes. This will, indeed, be a "go to" big treat for us.

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