Sloppy Joe Under a Bun
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min.
I do very much the same mixture, only I put it between 2 layers of crescent dough (not the perforated) and sprinkle a bit of cheese over the top. It is one of our favorite recipes!
I love making this with cornbread and adding corn to the sloppy Joe mixture, then serving with salsa and sour cream. We just had some today. So quick and easy. I keep cooked hamburger and onion in the freezer and if I don't have a can of sloppy Joe mix, I make my own with a little ketchup and salsa or taco seasoning. I usually keep a box of jiffy cornbread on hand and it makes just the right amount of topping for a 8x8 corning ware dish. If you want to make in 13x9 dish I just use 1/4 cup milk in the cornbread mix so it thins it out and spreads over larger area or 2 boxes, depending how thick you want the topping. I'm not a fan of boxed bisquick (too many preservatives and funny taste), so I'm going to try this recipe with homemade bisquick mix next.
Used 2 pound of beef, 1/4 c. of corn and instead of biscuits I topped with Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits. Sprinkled a little sharp cheddar and sesame seeds 7 minutes before taking out of oven. HUGE hit!! Thanks so much!!!
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This is a very tasty version of a sloppy joe! I also top with peas and mash potatoes and call it shepard's pie!
Try topping this with cornbread...even Mexican cornbread and adding onions, green peppers and your own sloppy joe sauce. Much better!
This is a great, kid friendly recipe. My kids are in their 20's now and still love it. Sometimes I top this with frozen tater-tots instead of the biscuit mixture for something different.
we liked it
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Big hit in the house tonight. So simple and easy to make