How to make it

  • Place ground beef, onion and garlic in a large skillet over medium heat. Cook until beef is evenly browned.
  • Drain off any grease.
  • Stir the salsa, ketchup, mustard, vinegar, brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce into the beef mixture.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Heat to a simmer over low heat, and cook until thoroughly heated, stirring frequently to prevent it from burning on the bottom.
  • Spoon the beef mixture onto buns.
  • *Note: If you like your meat to be very fine, instead of chunky, use a food processor to chop it up into smaller pieces.

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  • dragonflylady13 5 years ago
    Absolutely. Quite often I substitute ground turkey for ground beef, and I have never thought it wasn't as good.
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  • cherryptwife21 7 years ago
    Think it would be just as good with ground turkey?
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  • BartGelino 7 years ago
    I am making Sloppy Joes tonight, using DelMonte Original but am going to try this new recipie next time and will leave a comment and rating.
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  • bakermanrooster 9 years ago
    this sounds tasty i'm gonna try it
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  • henrie 10 years ago
    Love the sound of this recipe, like all the ingredients so it has to be a good one. Thanks for sharing, bookmarking to try soon.
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  • wynnebaer 10 years ago
    This sounds really good. Thanks
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