This summer has been a crazy busy time for me so far. On top of all the busyness, I am moving not once but twice before the calendar reaches fall! As you guys know, I cook new foods on a daily basis, so I have
a lot of shit in my cabinets a well stocked pantry. I am making a serious effort to clean a lot of this stuff out by cooking it rather than having to move it all. The first recipe in this series of cleaning out my kitchen is a sloppy joe with a ton of sriracha in it. These posts will be really lazy and sloppily put together only one picture and a quick description if it is as easy to make as this one is.
Ground beef from the freezer, buns from the pig roast, and we always have canned tomatoes and sriracha in the house. The cole slaw will be featured on tablespoon next week. Cleaning out the cabinets is working well and very delicious so far!
So I pretty much just cooked ground beef, removed it from the pan, cooked onions down a bit, added some garlic and jalapenos, added the beef back, then added a little bit of mustard and worcestershire, a can of diced tomatoes, and a ton of sriracha. I simmered it for like 45 minutes. Yum.
Oh yea, and this was super spicy.