Making a vegan sloppy Joe has never been easier – the only
other ingredients you’ll need are 3 oz. of tomato paste and 1 tbsp.
of oil and you can have a batch ready for dinner in as little as 12
minutes! Great when made as-is, or, add your own onions, garlic, or
other ingredients to the mix to make your own customized version
that’s hearty, healthy and good to eat. 4.4 oz. box makes around 5
sandwiches. $3.59 per package.
Ingredients: Soy protein concentrate, dehydrated
vegetables (onions, garlic, red and green bell peppers, celery,
jalapeno peppers), brown rice syrup solids, soy sauce powder
(wheat, soybeans, salt), corn meal, spices, sea salt, miso powder
(soybeans, rice salt), yeast extract, natural vegan flavor,
expeller pressed canola oil, vinegar powder, silicon
From CynicallyCheery of Madison, Wisconsin on 5/25/2014.
This product has been around for awhile and is REALLY friggin good. I always use the more complex recipe listed on the back with the fresh ingredients (adds fresh tomatoes, onions, and basil - plus brown sugar, chili powder, and a bit of oil and/or vegan butter). I've had to alter it a few times based on what was in the pantry - but it's good with a few additions/changes too. The other thing about making the more complex version is that you increase the total volume of your batch significantly.
From April of Surprise, Arizona on 3/28/2010.
These are so addictive. Seriously, make them. Make the recipe on the back that calls for onion, etc. This box = the best comfort food ever.
From Chrissy of Murray, Kentucky on 11/13/2009.
This mix is wonderful, and now it doesn't take any convincing to get my omnivore housemates to try veg food.
Mixed Review: non-vegan loved it...vegan, "okay"
From Marjorie Darby of Ajax, Ontario on 7/14/2009.
I bought this product because my husband (a meat eater) had, coincidentally, mentioned wanting to try a Sloppy Joe, a few days prior. (He'd never had one, and I'd had one maybe once before.) When I saw this vegan alternative was available, I snatched it up.The manufacturer suggests serving the Sloppy Joe as one might a burger, with tomato, fried onions, and cheese.It was easy enough to make (you have to add tomato paste and oil). I'd have to say, while it was cooking, it smelled rather like the vegan tacos or chili I make.I made my Sloppy Joe with tomato and onions, and took a bite before deciding what to put on my husband's. To me, it had a strange chemical top note. So that convinced me to use all the toppings for his meal, including cheese, and even slathering on some mayonaise. (Yeah...should've used my veganaise.) I felt the extra toppings would mask that little bit of unpleasant taste.As a result, he raved about his Sloppy Joe, while I felt mine was just okay. (I did get more "into" it, the more I ate.) He really loved his, and even scraped the pot clean in making himself a second Sloppy Joe. So the vegan thought it was okay, while the meat eater thought it was delicious. Go figure. ;-)Myself, I might not buy this product again, save for maybe having it in the pantry, as a back-up for uninspired cooking days. But because my husband liked it so much, I will probably always keep some on-hand.
Versatile, Quick, and Delicious
From Mary of Bronx, New York on 7/3/2009.
Quick and easy, stores in the pantry, and can be used in many delicious ways. One can use it traditionally, or throw it over rice, pasta, potatoes, or over corn chips in their bag for a picnic meal. You can add any veggies. Excellent in Farmers' Pie--mix in veggies,top with mashed potatoes and vegan cheese. (I like to add some croutons or corn chips for the crunch.) Bake or microwave. It passes the test for the omnivores as well. How better can we convert than by our delicious food!
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