Texas toast sloppy

I remember as a kid having Sloppy Joe’s A Lot. I’m pretty sure they were the canned variety. Until I created this recipe for Sweetbay Supermarket , I always used the canned Sloppy Joe sauce too.

But let me tell you, making the sauce from scratch is not only WAY better than the can, but it is also really really easy!!!


500 grams.Of Lean ground beef

2 Cups and Half.Of chopped Onion

Garlic powder; I used a ½ small spoon

¾ Cup.Of Ketchup

2 small spoons.Of Tomato paste

½ large spoon.Of Worcestershire sauce

2½ small spoons.Of Brown sugar

Salt & ground Pepper, to taste

4 pieces.Of Green Mill Texas Toast

Shredded Cheddar cheese


In order to get a good bake, your oven’s temperature should be adjusted at 375 degrees to heat.

First, I browned the ground beef with chopped onion on the stovetop over medium heat, and I drained it as early as possible.

Next, I combined the ketchup, brown sugar, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, and seasoned it with salt and pepper in a mixing bowl. And I mixed well until all ingredients were thoroughly combined.

Once completed, I simmer over medium heat until the mixture has thickened to the desired consistency.

Meanwhile, I put the Green Mill Texas Toast in the preheated oven, and I baked the toast for around 6 minutes until the tops were golden brown.

At this stage, I put the Sloppy Joe Mixture on top of my golden-brown Texas Toast.

To finish, I spread the shredded Cheddar Cheese on each slice of toast.

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