This Sloppy Joe Filling Canning Homemade Recipe is a family favorite that is totally worth the effort. Make a huge batch now, so you can grab a processed mason jar on a hectic night for a quick meal.
Sloppy Joe is a sandwich filling that dates back to the early 20th century. It was introduced as other names and with different variants of ingredients. While there is no name specifically traced to, it is assumed a chef by the name Joe (obviously) made the version that is know today and was sold first in the Midwest.
Get the following ingredients for homemade Sloppy Joe: four pounds of ground beef, three cups of chopped onions, 1.5 cups of chopped bell peppers, two cups each of ketchup, tomato sauce, and beef broth, one tablespoon each of salt and yellow mustard, and one teaspoon of ground black pepper. Making it is quite easy. First, brown the ground beef and drain out the fat. Then, put the beef and other ingredients into a large pot and stir. When it boils, let it simmer in for five minutes. The making of Sloppy Joe is done just like that.
Now, here is the canning part. First, fill jars with sloppy joe while it is still hot and leave an inch of headspace. Get rid of the air bubbles and clean the jar rims to fasten the lids and bands. For pints, process them for 75 minutes, 90 minutes for quarts at 10 pounds of pressure. Then, let the jars cool. Remove the rings and store the sealed jars in the pantry. Once opened, stick in the refrigerator and use it within one week or place in the freezer. When you eat it, warm it up and make yourself a Sloppy Joe sandwich or pour as a side dish with rice or noodles.
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