Apr 28, 2009

Jack's Sloppy Joe's

Here is a favorite for children and men in general.

1 Pound Fresh Ground Hamburger
1 Yellow Onion
1 Green Bell Pepper
1 16-ounce Can of Tomato Sauce
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
L & P (original) Sauce
Olive Oil
Dry Basil Flakes
Hamburger Buns or Kisser Rolls
Parmesan / Romano Cheese (I buy all ready grated, store brand)
American Sliced Cheese, or cheese of choice

Cooking Items, Utensils:
Can Opener.
Serrated Knife.
Kitchen Paring Knife.
Cutting Board.
Deep dish frying pan.
Long Handled Cooking Spoon.
One Tablespoon.
One Teaspoon.
Serving Plates.

Preparation Instructions:
Finely Chop 1/3 of the Onion
Finely Chop 1/3 of Green Bell Pepper
Wash Tomato Sauce Can and Open.

Cooking Instructions:
Pre-heat on high heat a deep pan.
When hot, place about 3 tablespoons of Olive Oil.
Add in the Onion and Green Pepper, cook until lucent color but not brown.
Add about one teaspoon of table salt.
Add in one teaspoon of fresh ground black pepper.
Add in the Ground Beef, cook until done.
Now add in the Tomato Sauce.
Add about one Tablespoon of L & P Sauce.
Add one Tablespoon of Basil Flakes.
Stir and mix well.
Turn fire to low heat, let simmer, don't cover.
After about 10-minutes add in one Tablespoon of Sugar, stir well.
Simmer for another five minutes.
Taste, adjust seasoning as personally desired.

Making the sandwich:
Using a serrated blade knife, cut the rolls in half.
Take one side of the roll and scoop out the dough
Place Sloppy Joe Mix in half that you removed the dough.
Sprinkle with some Parmesan Cheese.
Add One slice of America Cheese.

Recommended Side Dish:
Potato Chips

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1 comment:

Dante d'Amore said...

This sounds great. I love sloppy Joes and can't wait to try it. Thanks.