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Jeanne’s Sloppy Joe’s

Jeanne’s Sloppy Joe’s

This is an easy, 5 ingredient recipe that is sure to please! Our friend’s from Mississippi, the Wilson’s, always made their Aunt Jeanne’s Sloppy Joe’s when they were visiting my family in Arkansas. This recipe would be multiplied several times over and was usually served with a side of several pounds of party potatoes for a quick lunch to feed a crowd (that crowd usually included 10+ hungry guys coming from a construction job).

1 pkg. hamburger buns or sandwich bread for serving

Ingredients:

1 pound ground beef or turkey

1/2 C. ketchup

1/2 C. BBQ sauce

1/2 envelope dry onion soup mix

2 tsp. liquid smoke

Directions: Brown meat, drain. Add all other ingredients, heat through. Serve on buns or sandwich bread. Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  1. Sandy

    Looks good, will have to try your recipe. My son loves “joe sandwiches ” he says it’s not nice to call people sloppy. So he will not eat “sloppy joes” lol. His favorite meal is Joe sandwiches, plain baked potatoes no butter or anything and corn on the cob with butter ( a pound of butter if he had his way. ) I think you decided my supper for tomorrow but he may have to settle for plain green beans. A close second (only thing he will use butter on us corn. )

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  2. Steve

    Sounds like a simple but good recipe

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