Saturday, March 7, 2009

Sloppy Joe's With Red Kidney Beans.

Sorry for getting this announced so late, I was gone all day with a friend. Okay, the winner picked by random.org is:

-----------------
Courtney who said: I'm looking forward to it getting darker later!
Congrats Courtney! Please e-mail me at: priscilla91@iowatelecom.net.
-----------------

Good Saturday everyone! Hope you are enjoying your days off work and school. We have all been dealing with colds this past week. It seems that this is the time that everyone gets sick, at the end of winter. I found out that when I have a cold I can sing better than when I don't have a cold (you wouldn't want to hear me either way). Weird, I know. But, I'll still take a cold any day over the flu. As a matter of fact, I like simply being healthy! Don't we all.

I like to fix this for dinner on my dinner night. It is so easy and sloppy joes paired with fries are a hard meal to beat. I love the addition of kidney beans in this mixture, they add lots of flavor. I also like to dump more chili powder than the recipe calls for, chili powder is one of my favorite seasonings. Mrs. Butler, I know you said you were looking for a good Sloppy Joe recipe, hopefully you'll like this one.


Kidney Bean Sloppy Joes
Ingredients:
1/2 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons chopped onion
3/4 cup ketchup
1/4 cup water
1-1/2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
3/4 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 can of dark red kidney beans, drained
6 hamburger buns, split
DIRECTIONS:
In a large saucepan, cook the beef and onion over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in the ketchup, water, Worcestershire sauce, chili powder, pepper, cayenne, and kidney beans. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes or until mixture reaches desired thickness. Top each hamburger bun with mixture.




----------------------
Lewis. I like to say he is half-human, even though I know he isn't. His personality is beyond any dog I've had or any dog I've come in contact with. He thinks he owns the house. He loves refried beans, tomatoes, vegetables, fruit, gum, chocolate, paper, shoes, and anything he isn't supposed to put in his mouth. Loves to chase and scare to death my sister's cat. Has nightmares and shakes when sleeping. He has huge paws. And yes, he snores when he sleeps too. (The extra collor you see on him is his shocking collor.) If I was asked to describe Lewis, there is only one word....weird.

Hope you have a great weekend and I'll see you with a dessert recipe soon!

23 comments:

Sara said...

Cute dog! I love the addition of beans in your sloppy joe recipe.

Jessica said...

Sloppy goes are a week night favorite here...I'll have to shake it up with this recipe!

Rachel said...

Those look good. I have never had sloppy joes with kidney beans in it. that sounds good right now tho. But dinner is already in the crockpot - chicken with potatoes. :)

Sounds delish!
Love,
Rachel

Lauren Anne said...

I love sloppy Joe's. Well, I have never had them with beans; but they looks really good!!! Oh, and come over to my blog because I want you to see my test blog; my soon to be new look!

Lauren Ann said...

wait; that was me, but I was under my email account!

Melissa said...

Awww...What a cute dog! I love sloppy joes!!!

Leslie said...

Ah.. PUPPY! You know I am crazy about your Doggie, Lewis!!! He is adorable! keep the pictures coming!

I love your Sloppy joe recipe and it is easily adaptable to Vegetarian by using Boca Ground meatless and Veggie Worcestershire sauce! This is something I will make!
Yum!
Leslie
LeslieVeg@msn.com
http://leslielovesveggies.blogspot.com/

sarah said...

Love Lewis! He is such a cutie! I've never thought of adding beans to sloppy joes, but it looks really good... I may have to try that some time! :)

Kevin said...

Those sloppy joes look good!

ekaty84 said...

I am defenitely going to try this, it sounds good! Also, Lewis is cute. My boxer, Hailey, used to have nightmares too. I always felt bad for her, but she looked so funny when it was happening.

Pam said...

Adding beans to the sloppy joes is a great idea - they look great.

Lewis is too cute!

Me said...

Mmm. I LUV your blog.
It's always full of yummy ideas and neat giveaways!!!

Jennifer said...

Love kidneys beans so thanks!

jesse said...

Aww Lewis!!! He is adorable!! My dog snores when he sleeps too... sometimes I wake up and smile at him and his little snores... =)

Your sloppy Joes look soooo good. They make me all nostalgic for those summery days when we kids would get sloppy joes and make a mess all over ourselves... yum!

Jenny said...

Mmmm, wish I had one of these yummy sloppy joes right now. Great recipe Priscilla!

Melissa said...

I left you something on my blog!

Cristine said...

Your sloppy joes look delicious!

And what a cute dog!!!

lesley said...

I haven't had sloppy joes in awhile and your recipe looks delicious! : )

And I LOVE your dog, so cute!!

Maria said...

I love the dog! He is super cute!

Colleen said...

Aww what a cute pup! And YUM sloppy joe's!

Rebekah said...

those kidney beans look delish! I've been on a bean kick lately

Tammy said...

CONGRATS, COURTNEY!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Wristbands are encircling strips that can be worn on the wrist, made of any variety of materials depending on the purpose. thpmas sabo There are many types of wrist bands available in the market today. thomas sabbo You can find lot of choices for yourself to select from rubber bands, plastic bands, vinyl bands, silicon bands etc. tomas sabo Silicone is a semi-inorganic polymer that is capable to withstand heat, flexible and water resistant. thomassabo Due to these qualities, silicone is used for a wide range of products, including silicone bracelets. homas sabo
They are trendy, inexpensive jewelry items very colorful, durable and give comfort.