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Vegetarian Pinto Bean Sloppy Joes

May/June 2014

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (51 votes)

This vegetarian Sloppy Joe recipe uses pinto beans and a heap of veggies tossed in a sweet, tangy sauce for the filling of a tad messy kid-friendly sandwich you can make in your slow cooker.


Vegetarian Pinto Bean Sloppy Joes

8 Reviews for Vegetarian Pinto Bean Sloppy Joes

02/17/2015
Anonymous

This tasted more like chili than sloppy joes. I cooked mine on low for 8 hrs and when I got home, part of it had burned to the side (but that might be my slow cooker's fault). I may try to make again but with different seasonings so that it actually tastes like sloppy joe.

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12/12/2014
Anonymous
I love this!

I made this for my son's first birthday party with a side option of mac and cheese. Everybody went nuts for it and I was asked repeatedly for the recipe. Super easy and very tasty.

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06/27/2014
Anonymous
Best Ever!

Fantastic recipe. Especially for a lazy vegetarian like me who doesn't cook! I forgot to buy more chili powder, so I only had 1 tbs. I substituted by adding 1 tbs of cayenne pepper. Yowza!

Still delicious.

tasty, easy, delicious, scrumptious, did I mention easy?
yum yum yum
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06/08/2014
Gets better with age.

I made this as written. At first it was just okay but by the end of the week, the last of the left overs were pretty good! It seemed to get better every day. A pretty easy 4 stars for me.

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05/27/2014

This dish was fantastic. I Love bean dishes and I love sloppy joes. This was a perfect combo of both. I made it exactly as the recipe stated. I always follow the recipe the first time I make it and then I tweak when I make it again. This recipe needs no tweaking. Perfect the way it is. I did use 1 TBS of Penzey's Chili 3000, and 2 TBS of their regular Chili seasoning. It got even better the next day. Reheats wonderfully.

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