Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
Sloppy Joes. This classic American sandwich was invented back in the early
1900’s and has been on a lunch menu of American
tables ever since. The original homemade recipe uses brown sugar and a couple of
other low carbohydrate no-no’s and using a popular store-bought Sloppy Joe mix
isn’t much better either. Let’s get started. Add 1 pound of ground beef to a
skillet on medium-high heat and break it up a bit. Add the whites and greens of 5
stalks of green onions – about a third of a cup. And add some finely diced bell
pepper. Season with some salt; ground black pepper; and a little garlic powder.
Cook until all the beef is browned and the vegetables have softened. At this point
you may want to drain the residual fat and have a little less sloppy experience.
I’ll be keeping it and reducing it by cooking it a bit longer. After the meat
has browned, we’ll add the classic Sloppy Joe flavor by adding some plain white vinegar; some of my low carbohydrate Worcestershire sauce; just a touch of yellow mustard and about 3/4 of a cup of reduced sugar ketchup. We’ll finish by
adding a liquid sugar substitute equal to 1 tablespoon of regular sugar. Now mix well until everything is fully incorporated. Serve hot on my low carbohydrate
hamburger buns and enjoy all the flavors of a classic Sloppy Joe without all the
carbohydrates. There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate
Sloppy Joe sandwich recipe. Who says being on a low carbohydrate diet can’t
be delicious and fun? I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please like and
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