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We all remember our favorite childhood food.
Mine would have to be grilled sandwiches and the beloved Sloppy Joes that my mom would make for us kids. Mom would cook up a HUGE batch of the glorious ground meat and we’d eat it for probably three days during the summer months. My mother would never use canned sauce or that Manich crap.
No, siree! She would always make her own homemade sauce to pour over the ground burger meat, and it was delicious. I would always invite my friends to eat lunch with us because everyone loved mom’s Sloppy Joes. I don’t know if this drove mom crazy or not but she never complained.
So, if you’re like me and you like Sloppy Joe sandwiches you’re going to love this deep dish Sloppy Joe Casserole. It combines everything you love about the classic sandwich into a neat and tidy baking dish. No hands are needed here, well, maybe to hold your fork and shovel the food into your face, but that’s all!
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Quick Tip: My mom would always put green peppers into her Sloppy Joe mix and I added them to this casserole. So good!