Which beef mince meat. I think you need to give me a cooking tutorial... What's your fee?
Yummy I don't experiment enough
The beer thing sounds good. What are the details?
Brown the meat, fry off onions, peppers and chillis then deglaze with dark beer and simmer until thick
Mnyomm mnyomm. Thanks :)
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You have a taco kit too I thought that was just a UK thing that's really cool. Do you eat tacos often?
Yes but I mostly get them at Taco Bell l. You guys have Taco Bell’s in England don’t you?
I don't know if we have taco Bell here never seen them tbh but we have a company called old del paso they do taco enchilada, burrito and fajita kits with the sour cream and the quacamole and salsa dip yumm..
That’s awesome yes I’m familiar with that company
They haven't made an appearance in my house for a while I think I need to change that.
Yes for sure girl you need to get those tacos going
Friday night defoooo
Awesome I want to hear all about the story of your wonderful beautiful taco experience 😀
What type of things do you add to your ground beef?
Well, Sloppy joe mix. Of course spaghetti sauce. Some times i will add onions milk flower, and seasoning to it to make SOS (Shit on a shingle) Basically Toast with hamburger gravy on it. I might add bread crumbs to it to make meat loaf, or salisbury steak steak. I make chili with it. Taco meat like what @Iron_Man mentioned. Vegetable beef soup. and a few others.
Ooooh chilli. What's the sloppy Joe's mix that sounds interesting.
Difficult to explain. Early and mid-20th century American cookbooks offer plenty of sloppy joe-type recipes, though they go by different names: Toasted Deviled Hamburgers, Chopped Meat Sandwiches, Spanish Hamburgers, Hamburg a la Creole, Beef Mironton, and Minced Beef Spanish Style.Sloppy joe meat being prepared with Manwich sauceMarilyn Brown, Director of the Consumer Test Kitchen at H. J. Heinz in Pittsburgh, says their research at the Carnegie Library suggests that the sloppy joe's origins lie with the "loose meat sandwiches" sold in Sioux City, Iowa, in the 1930s and were the creation of a cook named Joe.References to sloppy joes as sandwiches begin by the 1940s. One example from Ohio is a 1944 Coshocton Tribune ad under the heading "'Good Things to Eat' says 'Sloppy Joes' – 10c – Originated in Cuba – You'll ask for more – The Hamburg Shop" and elsewhere on the same page, "Hap is introducing that new sandwich at The Hamburg Shop – Sloppy Joes – 10c".The term sloppy joe's had an earlier definition of any cheap restaurant or lunch counter serving cheap food quickly or of a type of casual clothing.Food companies began producing packaged sloppy joe, in cans with meat, or just the sauce, such as Manwich, by the 1960s. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sloppy_joe
Oh OK I'll look up a recipe thanks
Misunderstood your request sorryThe Best Homemade Sloppy JoesStep away from the canned sauce and give these homemade sloppy joes a try! They're truly the best version of a childhood favorite!Prep Time5 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time25 minsCourse: Main CourseCuisine: AmericanKeyword: sloppy joe recipeServings: 6 servingsCalories: 266kcalIngredients 1 Tbsp butter 1 tsp olive oil 1 lb. ground beef 1/3 green bell pepper, minced 1/2 large yellow onion, minced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 Tbsp tomato paste 2/3 cup ketchup 1/3 cup water 1 Tbsp brown sugar (or less, if you prefer) 1 tsp yellow mustard 3/4 tsp chili powder 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes (optional) 1/4 tsp black pepper dash of hot sauce (optional)Instructions Heat butter and oil in large skillet over MED/MED-HIGH heat. Add beef and brown, breaking apart into crumbles as it cooks, about 5 minutes. Transfer to colander to drain. Add onion and bell pepper to same skillet and cook 2-3 minutes, until soft. Add garlic and cook 30 seconds or so, until fragrant. Add beef back to the skillet and add tomato paste. Stir well. Add ketchup, water, brown sugar, mustard, chili powder, Worcestershire sauce, salt, red pepper flakes (if using), and black pepper. Stir well to combine. Cook over MED heat for 10-15 minutes, until mixture has thickened to your liking. Remove from heat and serve over toasted buns.
That's really kind of you to send over the recipe and don't worry I just thought maybe you did it in the non traditional way or something.
Well what i sent was the hard way. I dont know what stores stock where you are, but here in the states, the easiest way to make it is to purchase a can of the premade mix and use that. I prefer home made personally though.
No I'm asking if when yiu cook minced or ground meat dio you always use tomato sauce. Or do you have an alternative. U presume you don't only do spaghetti bolognese
Onions sometimes, or onions and sage.
What else do you add?