Thursday, April 3, 2014
Product Review: Mrs Dash Salt Free Sloppy Joe Seasoning
So remember when I tried the supremely awesome Mrs Dash Salt Free Taco Seasoning? I knew they had other flavors and I vowed to try them all.
Last week, it was time to try the sloppy joe mix.
I used ground chicken and got it firing up in the skillet.
Ready for the flavah!
You add the tomato paste, water and seasoning packet...
...and stir it until it comes together.
I put it on a whole wheat bun and we went to town.
The Mr really loved it. Like he couldn't wait for lunch the next day kind of loved it. I liked it. But I have sloppy joes so rarely that personally it was missing whatever it was that gives sloppy joes that sloppy joe taste. Obviously salt but I think it's more than that, I'm just not sure what without a can of Manwich in front of me. It is definitely a good choice if you're looking to control your sodium and want a tasty alternative. I would recommend it for people looking to cut back on sodium while still enjoying this family favorite. The Mr would probably say don't listen to me, get a packet and get to cookin'.
A sloppy joe tip no matter what you use? Toast your buns. It will give you a good extra five minute lead time before the bread starts to go soggy vs. untoasted. Plus the texture is a nice contrast to the filling.
If you're unable to find them in your area, I found Mrs. Dash Sloppy Joe Seasoning Mix (Pack of 12) on Amazon. It equals out to $1.23 per packet. (The single packet price was ridiculous) So if you and some friends or family wanted to try it, you could go in on it and split the cost.
Have you tried any of the Mrs Dash seasoning mixes yet? Do you like sloppy joes?
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