Sloppy Joe

How to make Sloppy Joe?

Sloppy Joe is a classic American burger. The history of this burger begins back in 1940. There is a lot of debate about where exactly this burger came from, but one thing is clear that it could be tasted all over America and Canada in any cafe where inexpensive food was served. There are many variations of this dish in different states. Today we will cook from ground beef, onion, garlic, sweet green bell pepper, and sauce from tomato paste, water, mustard, sugar and Worcestershire sauce.

Stewed minced meat with sauce is cooked very quickly, it remains only to lightly brown the bun for crunch and begin to eat a burger. Eat carefully, otherwise you will get your face and clothes dirty.

Recipe type: Burgers

Recipe type: American

Yield: 6

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Garlic — 3 cloves
Onion — 1 medium onion
Green sweet Bulgarian pepper — 1 piece
Tomato paste — 500 ml
Water — 150 ml
Worcestershire sauce — 1 tablespoon
Yellow mustard — 1 tablespoon
Sugar— 1 tablespoon
Ground beef — 600 grams
Burger buns — 6 pieces
Pepper and salt to taste


1. Finely chop the garlic and onion.
2. Cut green pepper into medium-sized slices.
3. Sauce: mix tomato paste, water, Worcestershire sauce, sugar, mustard. Mix thoroughly.
4. Fry the minced meat in a large frying pan until the color changes.
5. Pepper the minced meat to taste, add onion, green bell pepper. Mix it up. Cook for 5 minutes until the vegetables are soft.
6. Add garlic. Mix it up.
7. Add the sauce to the pan. Mix it up.
8. Reduce the heat to a minimum. Cook for 10 minutes.
Serving: Lightly fry the inside of the bun. Put the filling on the bottom of the bun and cover with the top part.
Bon Appetit!

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