Stay away from canned sauces and try these homemade dirty smoothies! It truly is the best childhood favorite!
As we approached the upcoming holiday season, I have been thinking of family-friendly meals. You know, those are the meals your kids always want to eat. In our house, this macaroni with cheese and baked cream is number one on our list … with these dirty pies at number one! With two young kids, I know very well how frustrated you feel when you cook a meal and have them instantly raise their noses and say it’s “gross.” * Palm *
I’ve always been a fan of classic dirty games. There is something innately satisfying about the sweet, salty, and messy mixes all of it! And I know you all love them too, because I’ve had loads of requests for sloppy Joe recipes.
I made a lot of Dirty Joe’s recipes recently, trying to come up with the best recipes. Some were very sweet, others were very spicy. Well guys, I finally got it. The perfect balance. Sweet, refreshing, and delicious Sloppy Joe recipe, with perfect texture and consistency.
Ground veal: 500 grams
Garlic: 2 (chopped)
Celery stalk: 1 (chopped)
Green pepper: 50 g (chopped)
Onions: 100 grams (chopped)
Tomatoes: 400 grams (mashed)
Ketchup: 4 tablespoons
Worcestershire sauce: 1 tablespoon
Brown sugar: 1 tablespoon
Fine mustard: 1 tablespoon
Salt and pepper to taste
Ground cayenne pepper to taste
Step 1: In a frying pan with a little olive oil over a medium heat, cook all the vegetables until soft. We keep it.
Step 2: After that, lightly brown the ground meat in the same skillet.
Step 3: Well now, always remember to mix all ingredients in the pan. Please cut, cover and cook the meat for 20 minutes, stirring from time to time, until it thickens.
step 4: Once it’s done, we toast the inside of the roll a little bit and divide the meat by 4.