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BBQ Sloppy Joes

BBQ Sloppy Joes recipe
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Fresh red peppers add zip, melty cheese adds creaminess and BBQ sauce punches up the flavor in these tasty sloppy joe sandwiches.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings, one sandwich each
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posted:
1/27/2013
My boys still tried to pick out all the carrots, which was quite messy. Probably won't make this again for a long time.
posted:
11/25/2011
My better half was a little bit skeptical at first, but after testing it loved it! We didn't use carrots. Instead we used more red onions and sweet peppers.
posted:
1/6/2010
I used ground turkey and whole wheat buns instead and my husband scarfed down seconds!! Very good!!!
posted:
10/22/2009
Very good - especially for feeding children. I removed the carrots because my son nor I a re big carrot fans; otherwise, this is a quick and easy meal that I can prepare on those nights when my time is short.
posted:
3/12/2009
Wonderfull recipe. Very tasting. I will keep it in my recipe box. I encourage everyone to try it!
posted:
6/18/2008
We make this often. We've tried turkey or lean beef and they both taste good. We've also experimented with different flavors of BBQ sauce - sweet, spicy, etc - and like a sweeter BBQ best.
posted:
3/4/2008
I made this with turkey and it came out great. I love the way you can hide the carrots in this but only one of my kids ate this. I would definitely make this again.
posted:
2/2/2008
My husband likes "regular" Sloppy Joe's better.
posted:
1/9/2008
Who knew healthy could be so tasty? This recipe was a big hit with my hubby! The flavors were amazing. I added a splash of worcestershire sauce to the BBQ sauce before mixing it in with the other ingredients. This will be a regular in our recipe repertoire, especiall for busy week-nights.
posted:
1/5/2008
I added extra carrots & red pepper; used sweet onion. Sauteed meat separately so could drain better; then added to veggies. Lots of chopping so suggest prepare veggies ahead. Then meal is faster to assemble.
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