How to make it

  • Begin browning meat in large skillet.
  • Add onions, peppers and garlic and let cook with the meat. See Photo
  • When meat is just beginning to brown and veggie are al dente, add remaining ingredients, stirring to combine well.
  • Bring to a boil then reduce to a high simmer, stirring often, for about 15-20 minutes, until thickened. See Photo
  • (if you don't use lean cut of meat and there is a lot of grease after cooking the meat, then drain slightly. Don't drain ALL the grease off, as this will provide a nice flavor, too, but the end result shouldn't be greasy.
  • Serve on buns. :)
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  • NPMarie 4 months ago Was this review helpful? Yes Flag
  • christinem 2 years ago
    This sounds great! I like the addition of smoked paprika - will try this one soon!
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  • NPMarie 2 years ago
    This sounds like the perfect sloppy joe recipe!
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    mommyluvs2cook ate it and said...
    Finally! I have found sloppy joes my husband likes that's not out of a disgusting can! These were amazing and the best recipe for this by far I have found! I didn't have molasses so I just used dark corn syrup. We like our sloppy joes with mustard onion and jalapenos. Thank you sooo much for posting this one! Finally I can get him off that canned junk! Thanks!
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    allthingshealth ate it and said...
    It was delicious 5 stars thankyou :-)
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    allthingshealth ate it and said...
    Is balsamic vinegar a good substitute because im thinking this is for dinner but I don't have red wine vinegar or worschestire sauce Thanks any ideas what I can use instead ? :-)
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  • impssweetp 3 years ago
    Love the touch of sweet. Who can resist sloppy Joes
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  • kimmer 3 years ago
    Interesting Keni....never thought of using honey in sloppy joes. Sounds delious and will definately try this.
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  • angelgirl94 3 years ago
    Sounds delicious! Bookmarked! Thanks for sharing. :)
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    rescue_ranger ate it and said...
    can not beat the classics, also love the fact you mentioned my favorite protein Venison...Yummm sounds really great Thanks
    RR
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  • valinkenmore 3 years ago
    Thanks for a wonderful post, Keni. Hamburger is thawing as I write this - can't wait to try it.
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  • jkirk 3 years ago
    We make sloppy joes a-lot. I want to give this recipe a try the next time I make it. I use brown sugar in ours, but the addition of honey sounds like a better idea.
    Thanks, and have a great day!
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  • pkusmc 3 years ago
    Sloppy Joe's are such a classic. This one looks like it brings some heat, and the smoked paprika must add some great, unexpected flavor.
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