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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Meat|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Bacon, Beef Stock, Cheddar Cheese, Ground Beef|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
*The MANUAL and PRESSURE COOK buttons are interchangeable.
Delicious and esay. Just seems to be misisng something
Its good but i agree its missing something. The kids enjoyed it though.
It’s a fun meal.
Did this oir first timw using
My picky kids loved it. 🙂
Fantastic! Even the kids liked it.
Pretty good!! It meeds more bacon though. But it tastes better than canned Sloppy Joe.
Made this a few nights ago for a quick and easy meal. Everyone loved it! These were so much better than any other sloppy joe recipe we have tried. I love that I can modify the ingredients to accommodate dietry needs. Plus, the leftovers were amazing the next day. Will definately be using this again!
Did this trying to use it the first time.
This was a very big hit with my husband and daughter
Loved it! Had to use bbq sauce instead of ketchup. Still good!
It was good. Was expecting a little more pop. A little blah.
Pretty good but feels like it is missing something
Turned out great! Kids loved it wish i would of added more bacon tho
Super easy to make, my 11 year old son helped me make it. It did seem to miss something so I added fresh tomatoes and some French fried onions to my sandwich and that did the trick. You could also add mayonnaise if you want or pickles. Play with the toppings.
Very easy to make and taste great!!!
Use grass fed beef and bacon from you favorite health food store. It really makes a difference in the flavor. 10 year old loved it and she hates sloppy joes.
Love this recipe! I added a little bit of extra cheese to mine just to give it more of a taste. Also the thicker the bacon the better!
We liked them just not used to all the salt from bacon. We added pickles, toms, and lettuce.. Yummy.
Super easy, kids loved it. That in and of itself says it all (I have one super picky eater). I served them on Hawaiian Rolls instead of Brioche buns and they were a still a big hit.