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Sloppy Joes Made an Old Fashioned Way

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Recipe From Generation to Generation

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Did you know you can start with a pound of frozen burger? I did today. I put my pound of burger in the pan, on a medium low heat. I had to add a small bit of water, to help steam the pan. Then. Covered.

Once there was moisture collected in the top cover, so I opened it and gently scraped the grey meat from the frozen raw piece. Then, I flipped it over, so it could do the same on the other side. I continued in this fashion until all of the meat was somewhat grey.

Meanwhile, I had some butter in another pan, and I had onions and peppers sauteeing. We like the flavor when we gently sautee them, and since I'm thawing the burger, I won't be able to add them to the burger until it's manageable.

There is a barbeque sauce blend, ketchup, mustard and worchestershire sauce that is mixed together and sat aside. Plus, open a can of Campbells Chicken Gumbo soup.

Once everything is added to the meat mixture, you simmer for 30 minutes.


Ingredients

  • ground beef
  • black pepper
  • salt

Sauteed Vegetables:

  • onion
  • butter
  • mustard
  • sweet pepper

BBQ Sauce:

  • ketchup
  • Worcestershire sauce

Soup mix:

  • Campbell's chicken gumbo soup
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Cooking Meat from Frozen

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Sauteeing in Separate Pan

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BBQ Sauce Mixture

Ketchup, mustard, Worchestershire sauce.

Campbells Chicken Gumbo soup.

Fresh, ground black pepper.


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Cover and Simmer 30 Minutes

Once your ingredients are mixed together, cover the pan, reduce the heat to a simmer and keep covered for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.

It will thicken as it simmers.

I put ours on Brioche buns. They were delicious!

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