Sloppy joes aren't just for the school cafeteria! Soft sandwich buns work best with this classic kid-friendly recipe. Serve sloppy joes with pickles or potato chips. The beef mixture from the sloppy joe recipe can also be served over pasta.
Make your crowd happy by
offering options: garlic-and-sage-infused turkey burgers
and a classic version made with
grass-fed beef. Store-bought
pickles are great as a garnish. Or try these Pickled Vegetable recipes.
Portobello mushrooms are a nutritious and satisfying alternative to burgers made with beef or turkey. Here they are accompanied by a spread of pureed cannellini beans for added protein -- and flavor. To clean the mushroom caps, wipe them with a damp paper towel; do not rinse or soak, or they will remain soggy even after cooking.
This recipe is featured in the "Power Foods" cookbook.
This is a great meal for a crowd.
It yields succulent, falling-off-the-
bone meat and creamy beans,
and doesn't take a lot of work. The
requires just a quick pickling as
the pork and beans cook.