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Sloppy Joes

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Serves
4
Prep
10 Minutes
Cook
10 Minutes

Sloppy Joes are a childhood staple. Or, if you were raised by hippies like I was, tempeh Sloppy Joes are a traumatizing memory. They are terrible, don’t ever make them. (Sorry vegan friends. Sometimes it's better to leave a good thing alone. I am still shaken up about it, 20 years later.) Good news is, real ground chicken or beef Sloppy Joes are awesome and super easy to make on a busy weeknight. Enjoy this healthier version of what you ate as a kid!

 


Ingredients



2 cups Bill's Best BBQ Sauce


1lb Locust Point ground chicken or beef


4 Bread Box Bakery potato rolls


1 yellow onion


½ green cabbage, chopped or grated thinly


3 carrots, chopped or grated thinly


1 tablespoon sugar


¼ cup red vine vinegar or apple cider vinegar


¼ cup mayonnaise or veganaise


2 cups young collards, chopped (optional)


Salt and pepper to taste



Directions



Sauté onion until translucent (about 5 minutes).


Add ground meat and cook completely (it should be slightly browned).


Add Bill's Best BBQ Sauce and stir until meat is coated.


In a large bowl, combine salt, pepper, sugar, vinegar and mayo (you can omit the mayo if you prefer a non-creamy slaw). Mix until all ingredients are well combined.


With a grater, food processor or, carefully, a knife, very thinly slice cabbage and carrots. Add cabbage and carrots (and collard greens if using) and toss with sauce until fully coated. This can be done up to a day before and refrigerated.


Slice potato rolls. Add as much meat as you would like and top with coleslaw or serve it on the side.


Enjoy!


 



 


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