Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe

Fabulous Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe.  If you are looking for a quick meal solution tonight this could be just the ticket. 

Do you have ground beef, chicken or turkey?

Do you have a can of chili?

Do you have a can of red pasta sauce?

If you do then you can make Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joes. 

Follow these easy steps to a quick meal

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joes

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe

Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joes

 When I am in a pinch to get dinner on the table this is my go to solution. Buns are optional.  No need to worry if you are out of them. Try this instead.

Make a batch of homemade biscuits and slice in half. Serve them open face style.

Use the canned refrigerated biscuits. Spread the dough thinly and place over the back side of a muffin dish to form a little cup and bake.  Then spoon Easy Three Ingredient Sloppy Joe mixture into the cups and top with cheese.

Open faced sandwiches with bread work well too. 

Most of us have these items in our cupboards or freezer so it makes it so easy to put dinner or lunch on the table for a group of hungry kids.  My grand kids love this recipe and gobble it up. Most don’t even realize they are eating fiber rich beans from the chili. They just think it is good! Pairing this with chips or French Fries will make everyone happy. 

Easy recipe for Southern biscuits from a mix or whip up a home made batch.

Home Made Biscuits

2 cup flour

3 tsp baking powder

1 tsp salt

1/4 cup shortening, coconut oil, lard or butter

1/4 cup  milk or water

Mix the flour, baking powder and salt together. With a pastry blender or two dinner knives cut the shortening into the flour mixture until it looks like oatmeal. Add the water a little a time until the dough is soft and puffy.  Too much makes the dough sticky not enough makes them dry. Knead the dough on a flour covered counter top about 20 times.  Roll the dough out with a rolling pin until 1/4 inch thick.  Cut in a circle with a large mouth canning lid or cup rim.  Place each biscuit onto a ungreased baking sheet.  Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes.



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LeAnn teaches cooking classes throughout the Salt Lake City area. Recently featured in Taste of Home Magazine, runner up in the Cache Valley Cheese Signature dish contest and Winner of Better Recipes Best Blogger Potluck Recipe. Created customed recipes for Hi Grade Meats to use in their promotions, She has been a frequent guest on Good Things Utah, featured chef on Studio 5, the CW 30 and at the Salt Lake Tribune Home and Garden Show. She recently auditioned for the Fox 13 show Master Chef. She hopes her passion and love of cooking will inspire you to cook from your pantry and create your own cuisine traditions. Her cookbook "Pantry Friendly Mexican Cooking is available at Amazon.com. She is currently working on a 2nd book titled Pantry-Friendly Anti-Aging Cooking and a video series called Cook Away Hunger.

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