Sister Schubert's® Sloppy Joes
With lots of lean ground beef, chopped bell pepper, ketchup, brown sugar, and loads of flavor, this classic Sloppy Joe served on fresh dinner rolls feeds a crowd.
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In El Dorado, Arkansas, Dorothy Smith bakes a large batch of moist meatballs that are tender and flavorful. Serve some for dinner and freeze the extras for the two tasty recipes that follow.
'My husband and I have company often,' relates Ruth Andrewson of Leavenworth, Washington. 'Keeping a supply of these frozen meatballs on hand means I can easily prepare a quick, satisfying meal. I start with a versatile meatball mix that makes about 12 dozen meatballs, then freeze them in batches for future use.'
Mixture for Meatballs, Meatloaf or Burgers
These are great in spaghetti sauce or as a meatloaf, or form into patties and make burgers! (For the Romano cheese, locatelli is preferable to pecorino.)