Monday, February 28, 2011

Hubby's Rich Burger Sloppy Sandwich Pure Comfort Food


One of my favorite meals is my husband's sloppy joe recipe.. he calls it Rich Burgers and it is a sure winner. It is tasty, comfy food and can be enjoyed year round

Ingredients ( he does not measure so this is a guess)
3/4 pound of ground beef
about 1/3 bottle of ketchup
handful of brown sugar
Lawry salt and pepper

He browns the hamburger then spoons off the grease.
Next goes all the ingredients.
Simmer for 15 to 30 minutes

Once done this is spooned generously on hamburger buns where he has placed a slice of Velveeta cheese.

This serves 4 .. for us it gives us 2 meals.

Served with chips, dip and maybe some beans and you have a easy, very tasty meal.
I am sharing this at
Thanks for stopping by..lets keep saving together ... . Grace

7 comments:

  1. love recipes that taste great but don't cost a lot

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  2. quick and simple - love it!

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  3. We would LOVE for you to come over to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS and link it up! This week our theme is KID-FRIENDLY and every kid (big or small) would LOVE this! Please come on over and link up!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/2011/02/this-weeks-cravings-18-kid-friendly-and.html

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  4. Hey! You know what I love about this recipe? That your husband cooks it! I love when families cook together, or when a spouse takes over the reigns for a night and has a favorite recipe they make. My hubby is a mad good eggs and bacon man! I also adore sloppy joes and sometimes I make them with loose sausage instead of beef for a change of pace. Thanks so much for sharing this with us on the hearth and soul hop! All the best, Alex

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  5. Love it! It's a favorite in my house! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly

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  6. I just love your husbands recipe and that he makes this for you. My guy is great to make me Oatmeal and Toast when I don't feel good. Thanks for sharing on Full Plate Thursday and please come back!

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  7. yum! Thanks for sharing! You're the featured recipe this week at What's Cooking Thursday.

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