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Succulent BBQ Beef Sloppy Joes

For a quick and easy treat to serve up during the summer you can’t go wrong with BBQ beef sloppy joes. This sloppy joe recipe is easy to follow and takes less than 30 minutes to make and can be enjoyed by up to 6 people. This recipe perfectly combines the sweet and tangy flavour with the richness of the beef mince and is a dish you can make time and time again.

Cooking Method

  1. Using a large pan add your minced beef and onions to the pan and cook for 5 minutes. 
    During cooking, carefully break apart the mince whilst keeping some chunks.  
  2. Once your minced is cooked and your onions of soft, add your tomatoes, beef stock, tomato sauce, BBQ sauce and Worcestershire sauce to the pan and stir together.
    Cook for a further 5 minutes or until the sauce has begun to evaporate (you’re looking for the a ‘sloppy’ style mix).
  3. Once your mince has become sloppy, remove from heat, and set to the side. 
  4. Toast your Bun for 1-2 minutes to get a nice light golden colour.
    Once toasted, add a decent sized spoonful of mince onto the bun, top with cheese and any additional toppings you like on your burger.
    Serve up alone or with your favourite but beware this irresistible burger gets messy!  

The Ingredients

What to serve with sloppy joes?

Sloppy Joes are quick and easy and full with flavour making it the perfect treat for your family. We’ve paired our sloppy joe mince with a nice toasted brioche bun but the mince works perfectly with: 

  • Rice  
  • Nachos  
  • Loaded fries  

Frequently Asked Questions

A sloppy joe is an American dream. This messy and juicy sloppy joe is made up of beef mince and added flavours and seasoning that turn the mince sloppy and saucy and is sandwiched between two pieces of bread. Over time, the sloppy joe has become increasingly versatile with some people serving it with nachos or rice.

Sloppy Joe’s originated in the US in the 1950’s and has quickly gained popularity and become an American staple due to the ease of recreating the dish and the versatility of it.