Sweet Chipotle Sloppy Joes
This weekend I had the privelege to attend Market Noel, an annual Christmas bizzaar put on by the Junior League of Birmingham. I had such an amazing time and met some incredible people. The next few blog posts I will be highlighting a specific vendor and their products. I hope you will take the time to check out these talented small business owners and try out their products.
First on the list is Sue from Hot Squeeze. Sue's slogan is "It’s all about FLAVOR. Keeping it SIMPLE. Always ALL NATURAL." Sue creates sauces that have all natural ingredients and no added salt. She believes with the right mixture of good spices, you do not need to add all the extra salt. At the Spiffy Eats kitchen, we are very sparing with our salt and try to eat balanced, clean, whole foods. You can imagine my excitement in trying out Sue's Hot Squeeze products for the first time! I chose to creat an original recipe, of Sweet Chipotle Sloppy Joes with her signature Sweet Heat Chipotle Sauce. The results were fabulous! The flavor of the sweet and spicy chipotle mixed with the turkey in a perfectly tangy way! I hope you will try this recipe with your family soon.
Brown ground turkey in 1 teaspoon coconut oil until cooked through. In separate sautee pan coated in 1 teaspoon coconut oil, cook peppers and onions until soft. Drain turkey if excess grease remains after cooking, then return to pan at medium heat. Add peppers and onions to the turkey. Then add tomatoe sauce, Sweet Heat Chipotle and pepper. Cover and cook on medium heat for 12-15 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. Remove from heat and allow to cool a bit before serving on 2 pieces of Ezekiel toast and enjoy!
With all ingredients, choose organic when possible.
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