Easy Super Simple Sloppy Joes


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Sometimes you don't want things to be complicated. Make some of these Sloppy Joes--only two ingredients!

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  • 1 lb. hamburger
  • 1 can Campbell's Vegetable Soup

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Brown hamburger and drain grease. Add soup and 1/4 to 1/2 can water and heat. Serve on slices of bread or as a sandwich.

Reviews (7)

  • I agree with Jody417. If I'm just going to add a can to some meat, it might as well be a can of Manwich.

    Flag as inappropriate becca12094  |  March 22, 2009

  • I , too knew this recipe as a kid using the Chicken Gumbo soup. However, I made it just last week and noticed there is a lot more rice in the soup. It does need more liquid than what is in the can, now.
    Also, used ground turkey instead of beef.
    It is also good served on small corn pancakes. We used to call them Corny Joes.
    Ariddle 1019, it may sound horrible to you, but it is a good alternative when you are tired of tomatoes in everything.

    Flag as inappropriate recipegirl  |  February 23, 2009

  • Yuk. Sounds horrid.

    Flag as inappropriate Ariddle1019  |  June 23, 2008

  • I served 50 people last night w/10 pounds of groundmeat fried up with onions & green pepper drained & covered with Heinz catsup. No other ingredients are needed. Simmer in crockpot on low to enhance flavor.

    Flag as inappropriate julwag  |  June 22, 2008

  • I also used this recipe when I was in the 4-H. Only difference was, it called for chicken gumbo soup and after draining the grease from the hamburger, you added a little of ketchup and a little mustard, then the soup, no water. After it cooks, serve it on toast. It was really good.

    Flag as inappropriate Jeanne1959  |  June 20, 2008

  • Sorry, if you're just going to add a can, a sloppy joe filling sounds much better to me.

    Flag as inappropriate jody417  |  June 20, 2008

  • this used to be known to me 35-40 years ago as campfire stew by the girl scouts in Va.

    Flag as inappropriate irishwitch1954  |  January 27, 2008

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