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This is a smoky twist on a traditional "Sloppy Joe," served up mini-style on slider buns. I especially love the subtle sweet flavor that blueberry adds to barbecue sauce — who knew? Because it isn’t bound in a patty, you can also sneak much more nutritious purée into this dish.
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If you are looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal look no further. Serve your sloppy joes with a side of chips or a salad. View Recipe
Try this crowd pleasing dinner at your next party.This recipe is courtesy of lovebakesgoodcakes.comView Recipe
Fresh jalapeño and Cholula Chipotle elevate the sloppy joe to gourmet levels.This recipe is courtesy of Cholula. View Recipe
Think of this as a healthier, less-mess sloppy Joe. Chili topped with melted cheese will please the dinner crowd, and serving it in a mushroom cap rather than on a bun cuts down on calories. Dietician and Food Network star Ellie Krieger teamed up with Campbell’s to create this heart-healthy recipe.View Recipe
What’s better than having a few beers and a tasty sloppy joe? This recipe is hearty, filling, and can be made before the tailgate. Make the sloppy joe meat before your leave for the tailgate, put it in Tupperware, and assemble them there.View Recipe
This is a recipe I’ve been meaning to write for a long time. I think it was worth the wait. These are best served in a bowl with a spoon.
Adapted from The NFL Gameday Cookbook, by Ray “Dr. BBQ” Lampe.
The Daily Meal is spending football season getting favorite game-day and tailgating recipes from chef supporters of Taste of the NFL. This week, Adam Richman — host of NBC’s “Food Fighters” and Travel Channel’s “Man Finds Food” — shares his Sloppy ‘Zo recipe. “This recipe is inspired by a sandwich called chori-pan that I had outside a football stadium in Ciudad Lanús,” says Richman.“The name itself is a hybrid of chorizo and the Spanish word for bread, which are essentially its two main ingredients. The one I sampled had the bread toasted alongside the grilled sausages, which allowed the bread to be flavored by all the oils, spices and drippings from the sausage. When I first made this at home on the stovetop, I used the wine from Alamos not only in the meat, but to deglaze the pan, as a way to bring back the flavors of the wines I had so enjoyed during my trip. This version is a combination of the chori-pan with an all-American sandwich from my youth: the sloppy joe.”And when you’re making this sandwich at home right before the game, here a tip from Richman to keep in mind: Keep the veggies as cold as possible, adding them at the last minute, before serving. “The contrast of both temperatures and textures is just awesome.”View Recipe
The sloppy Joe is a classic American sandwich that the whole family will love. Add extra vegetables like carrots, celery, and bell peppers to incorporate more nutrition.View Recipe
This is a smoky twist on a traditional “Sloppy Joe,” served up mini-style on slider buns. I especially love the subtle sweet flavor that blueberry adds to barbecue sauce — who knew? Because it isn't bound in a patty, you can also sneak much more nutritious purée into this dish.Click here to see 7 Quick Tips for Slimming Down Comfort Foods.View Recipe