This is a recipe that I had from years ago ( not sure where it came from ) ..... but I had to turn it into a " Slow Cooker " meal .... And I only made a few tweaks and changes to this old recipe because it was already one heck of a " Delicious Meal " !
Back in the 1950's and 60's it was a very common recipe for many families ..... including mine ..... and was served in many restaurants as well ..... But over the years it somehow become a " Forgotten Recipe " !
Historically " Sloppy Joe's ", according to many food historians, dates back to the 1930's. It was invented by a cook named Joe in a Sioux City, Iowa cafe as a loose meat sandwich.
By the 1940's it was mentioned in many cookbooks and food columns in newspapers. By 1969 the " Manwich Sauce " came into production by ConAgra and Hunts. It was used by many, including myself in making a sloppy Joe sandwich.
So here it is and if you've never had it before :
( I like to cook my sloppy joe's 6 hours on low )
The first time you make this I'd suggest using Ground Burger ..... However ....." Ground Turkey, Ground Chicken, " or ~ for an italian taste ~ " Ground Italian Sausage " is also very good ....
I normally " toast " or " grill " my rolls to make this meal a little less " Sloppy " ..... I have a Toaster / Bagel combo toaster that I toast the hamburger rolls in ..... You can also just as easily stick your rolls under your broiler in your oven as well if you like this option of having your rolls toasted .....
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