Sloppy Joe sandwiches are the answer to your search for a meal that won’t leave you with a sink full of dirty dishes or force you to make a trip to the grocery store. The sloppy joe sauce is created with browned ground beef, onion, and a tangy tomato sauce. It is then served on buttered and toasted bread. The sauce is produced in a single pot.


A small onion – finely chopped.

1 Tbsp.Of Worcestershire sauce.

1 Tsp.Of yellow mustard.

¼ Cup.Of warm water.

1 Tbsp.Of brown sugar

A medium can.Of tomato sauce.

90% lean ground beef; I used 500 grams.

1 Tbsp.Of olive oil.

½ Tsp.Of salt.

¼ Tsp.Of ground black pepper.

3 garlic cloves – minced.

4 toasted hamburger buns.


1st Step

Warm the olive oil in a big Dutch oven or pan over a heat setting anywhere between medium and high. After adding the ground beef, let it brown for around five minutes, or until it is no longer pink in the center while breaking it up with a spatula.

2nd Step

Mix in the garlic and the onion. Continue to cook for another 5 minutes, or until the steak is browned and the onion is soft. If it’s necessary, drain the steak and then put it back in the saucepan.

3rd Step

Mix the Worcestershire sauce, mustard, water, brown sugar, and tomato sauce together in a large bowl. Add the tomato sauce. Stir to mix.

4th Step

Toss the ground beef with the sauce, give it a good toss, and bring it to a low boil over medium heat. Turn the heat down to low and let the mixture simmer uncovered for around ten to fifteen minutes.

5th Step

As you wait for the sauce to finish cooking, broil the buns in the oven. Keep a careful eye on the buns while they are toasted under the broiler since the process only takes a minute or two.

6th Step

To make the sandwiches, just place a portion of the sauce mixture in the center of a hamburger bun that has been toasted, and then serve.

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