Jason’s Ultimate Manwich

The Ultimate Manwich

A sandwich is a sandwich, but a Manwich is a meal!

As I have already mentioned, today I share a birthday with my cousin Jason. A week ago he e-mailed me and requested that I create ‘The Ultimate Manwich’ for his birthday and post it on Pinch My Salt. No other instructions or descriptions were given. He just asked for The Ultimate Manwich.

Believe it or not, I love it when I get requests to create something! Remember Ruby’s request for Pumpkin Scones? Jason makes these requests fairly often but they are usually off-the-wall combinations of ingredients that I don’t bother to take seriously. However, I knew I could come up with a good Sloppy Joe recipe so I was excited about this one!

Those of you who aren’t in the United States probably have no idea what a Manwich is. Manwich is the brand name of a seasoned tomato sauce that is mixed with cooked ground beef and put on a hamburger bun or bread to create a sandwich. The sandwich is typically called a Sloppy Joe although I am sure there are other names for it. I’m pretty sure I liked to eat manwiches as a kid, but I am really not a fan of the canned Manwich sauce nowadays. I tried it a couple years ago and swore I would never buy that stuff again. Yuck! But, Sloppy Joes are fun every once in a while so now I just make them from scratch. I’ve even previously written about one of the recipes I tried but I’ve always known that I could come up with a better one.

In order to make a traditional Sloppy Joe into an Ultimate Manwich, I knew I needed to add something extra. Sloppy Joes are often a little sweet (sometimes a lot sweet) and I love the combination of sweet and spicy so I knew I would first have to add some extra heat. I could have just added extra crushed red pepper or thrown in some fresh chilies. But it occurred to me that one more flavor would go perfectly with the spicy and sweet. Smoky! I decided the perfect solution would be to add some canned chipotle peppers in adobo. Chipotles are smoke-dried jalapeΓ±o peppers and in grocery stores you will often find them canned in adobo sauce. The chipotle in adobo would add both the spice I was after and a hint of smoke. And the yummy adobo sauce adds even more flavor!

Now I knew I was on to something but I thought I might need one more thing to make this sandwich ‘The Ultimate.’ And what’s one ingredient that makes just about everything better? No, not bacon (although the thought did cross my mind). Cheese! I decided to stir in some extra sharp Wisconsin cheddar at the very end. Just enough to add that extra dimension of flavor and some extra ‘sloppiness.’

Yesterday, I started looking through previous sloppy joe recipes I had tried and even some I hadn’t. Before heading to the store, I created a list of ingredients I knew I wanted to use:

red bell pepper
fresh garlic
chipotle chili in adobo
apple cider vinegar
brown sugar
chili powder
fresh ground pepper
crushed red pepper
ground beef
extra sharp cheddar

Looking at my list, I knew I had a great recipe before I even started making it! I picked up all the ingredients yesterday afternoon and had planned on making these then. But as you might have read yesterday, I lost my momentum and decided to make them first thing this morning instead.

So I got up this morning and gathered my ingredients:

Sauce Ingredients

First, I chopped the red bell pepper, onion and two cloves of garlic.

Onion, Pepper, and Garlic

I also chopped up one chipotle chili and set it aside.

Chipotle Chili

I poured a couple tablespoons of olive oil into a large skillet and turned the heat to medium.

Skillet with Olive Oil

Next, I added the onions and red bell peppers (not the garlic yet).

Onions and Red Bell Peppers

I cooked the onions and peppers over medium heat, stirring regularly. This is what they looked like after five minutes.

Sauteed onions and red bell peppers

But I kept cooking them until the onions were just slightly brown and the peppers were getting soft. After seven minutes, I added the garlic and one chopped chipotle chili and cooked, stirring, for one more minute.

Browned onions and red bell peppers

Then I added one 15 oz. can of tomato sauce, one 6 oz. can of tomato paste, one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, one tablespoon of adobo sauce from the canned chilies, 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin, 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt, and a dash of cinnamon and I stirred it all together. And I didn’t forget the chili powder, I just ended up not needing it after all.

Sloppy Joe Sauce

I was tempted to add more salt at this point but decided that I wanted to season the ground beef as it was cooking so I held off on adjusting the sauce seasonings. Since I wanted the sauce to be somewhat similar in appearance to what comes out of the can, I decided to puree the mixture in a blender. So I let it cool slightly then spooned it into the blender.

Sloppy Joe sauce in a blender

I then pureed it until it was fairly smooth.

Pureed Sloppy Joe Sauce

After it was the consistency I wanted, I just let the sauce hang out in the blender while I prepared the ground beef. I just rinsed and re-used the same skillet I had used for the sauce. I re-heated the skillet over medium heat and crumbled about one pound of ground beef into the pan.

Ground Beef in a Skillet

While it was cooking, I seasoned the meat with half a teaspoon salt, some fresh ground black pepper, and a generous pinch of crushed red pepper. I cooked the meat until it was almost fully cooked but still a little pink in some spots.

Almost Cooked Ground Beef

As you can see, my beef wasn’t very lean! But that’s ok, because I just poured off all the fat.

Cooked and drained ground beef

After draining the fat off the ground beef, I poured in all of the sauce from the blender.

Ground Beef with Sloppy Joe Sauce

I stirred it all together and set the heat to medium low.

Sloppy Joe Mixture

I cooked the mixture, stirring constantly until it was bubbling and had thickened enough to where it was ‘moundable’ enough for a sandwich. Then I turned off the heat.

Finished Sloppy Joe Filling

Now it was time for the cheese! I chose yellow cheddar over white because it matched the color of the sauce πŸ™‚
Extra Sharp Cheddar

I shredded about one cup of cheese (3 oz. or so) and added it to the sauce mixture.

Sloppy Joe Sauce with Cheddar

I gently stirred it in and my Ultimate Manwich filling was finished!

Ultimate Manwich Filling

It was now ready for a bun!

Sloppy Joe Sandwich

The Ultimate Manwich

And guess what I ate for my birthday breakfast?

Ultimate Manwich Breakfast

I’m not kidding, I really did eat this at 10:30 a.m. for a late breakfast. I hadn’t eaten yet and believe me, this sandwich was pretty irresistible! I couldn’t finish it all but that’s because I had overloaded it with meat for photographic purposes. But I’m pretty sure that Jason would have eaten the entire thing if he were here!

So, that was Jason’s Ultimate Birthday Manwich. And guess what I have decided to call it?

The Sloppy Jason!

I had to name the sandwich after him because even though he doesn’t have a food blog, Jason was nice enough to create and name a sandwich after me in honor of my birthday. That’s right, Larry David isn’t the only one. There is now a sandwich called The Nicole.

Hope you have enjoyed my saucy beef sandwich experiment. I will have the recipe written out in standard form and added to the end of this post soon!

Happy birthday, Jason!

Oh, and Happy Birthday to me! πŸ™‚

  1. Summer

    Yummy!!! That looks like a wonderful breakfast… πŸ˜‰

    Happy birthday to you both!!!

    1:42 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  2. Deborah

    I love sloppy joes. I’ve never had the canned kind, but I grew up on these. I haven’t made them in forever – maybe it will be my easy Friday night dinner!

    1:43 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  3. Ruby

    I love reverse breakfast! Thanks Jason, great idea! πŸ™‚
    Happy Birthday Nicole, can’t wait to try this. Hey I use the same sea salt and pepper grinder from Costco! Man I love Costfco.
    Anyhow have a great day!
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    1:45 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  4. Jason

    Excellent Work, now I need somebody to make it for me. Nice touch with the napkin. I prefer to use another piece of bread to clean up.

    Happy Birthday to us both indeed.

    2:18 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  5. Nicole

    Summer: Yes, it was a good breakfast although I don’t think I’ll make a habit of it!

    Deborah: It’s good that you’ve never had the canned kind πŸ™‚

    Ruby: I actually don’t like the costco pepper grinder, I can’t get a fine grind out of it at all. I actually used my own pepper grinder but just stuck the other one in the photo πŸ™‚ Same thing with the salt. I ended up using my kosher salt because I didn’t feel like grinding out a full teaspoon πŸ™‚

    Jason: Glad it meets your approval. Why don’t you make it? πŸ™‚

    2:25 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  6. Steph

    Happy birthday Nicole:)

    2:47 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  7. SoozieQ

    Happy Birthday to you both!! Thanks to both of you, I’m not very hungry (and I already ate lunch) πŸ˜‰

    My husband loves Manwich (yuck!) and so I think as a special treat I will borrow your recipe and really knock his socks off. Thanks for sharing!

    2:55 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  8. SoozieQ

    I meant, “I’m NOW very hungry”…not “not very hungry”.

    See I’m so hungry that I can’t type correctly. Heh.

    2:56 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  9. Corinne

    The Sloppy Jason – nice! Now for my birthday, I want you to drive up to Fresno and make Jason a “Sloppy Jason” so he wont bug me to do it! By the way…..what do I get for my birthday???

    2:57 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  10. Jennifer

    In the coincidence department, we made Sloppy Joes today for a late lunch/early supper. Quinn *loves* them. I must admit that yours look and sound better than mine.

    4:18 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  11. amanda

    Happy Birthday Nicole!

    5:50 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  12. Kalyn

    I hope your birthday has been great!

    5:56 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  13. Matt

    Interesting… Coming from Australia, I can’t say I’ve heard of the canned Sloppy Joe variety, but I regularly add “Man” to the front of any dish that is of significantly greater proportions than a it should be.

    ie: Manwich, Manburger, Man-steak, Man-chop etc…

    Come to think of it, there is an inherent implication of meat in any Man dish… a Man-falafel just wouldn’t work at all.

    Anyway… here’s one of my past efforts in Man-dish making


    Lovely work πŸ™‚ I’ll have to give this one a go sometime.

    6:08 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  14. Terry B

    In honor of your birthday, here’s a little song, Nicole. It’s sung to the tune of Happy Birthday:
    Happy birthday to you,
    Happy birthday to you.
    Happy birthday, dear Nicole…
    Happy birthday to you!

    8:06 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  15. Lydia

    Happy birthday! What a fun way to celebrate.

    8:21 pm  Nov 30th, 2007
  16. Peter

    Nicole, the manwich looks great and the chipotles win this guy over.

    2:12 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  17. Curt

    Hippo Birdy to you!

    I have to say that ‘The Nicole’ is a bit feminine of a name for that sandwich. πŸ™‚ My wife laughs when I do that type of sandwich, because I have to have potato chips on it, too.. It’s something about the sloppiness going so well with the crunch.

    6:33 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  18. Anali

    Happy Birthday Nicole and Jason! I hope it was a great one! ; )

    8:37 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  19. Rhonda

    Happy Birthday! My fiance eats like a 10 year old, so he might actually try this. Thanks for a spiced up version of a classic kid favorite!

    9:02 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  20. Susan from Food Blogga

    I’ve never made a manwich, but I think I’ll be making A Nicole. Happy Birthday! πŸ™‚

    10:20 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  21. JoeDrinker

    Oh…I can almost smell that sandwich…Sloppy Joe Manwiches are on my list of guilty pleasures.

    Is there any way to relay this information without sounding dirty? πŸ˜‰

    11:50 am  Dec 1st, 2007
  22. Marie

    I never thought of naming my creations. But I guess I would have to come up with my own creation first. I love that you just whipped that sandwich together, no big deal. I have to follow a recipe, except with maybe pasta. The Sloppy Jason looks great. And so does the Nicole.

    Happy Birthday!!

    12:01 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  23. Joy

    Thanks for this recipe! I like the idea of putting Chipotles con Adobo in with it. I wouldn’t have thought of that. I made tortilla soup yesterday and was going to have that for dinner again, but I think I’ll make this instead. I think I have all the ingredients (except the buns) in the kitchen! Including grass fed ground beef.

    Great idea, that just hits the spot!

    1:17 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  24. chefjp

    That’s one dang good sangwich you got there! Over the years, when researching the Sloppy Joe sandwich I leaned that Ssme folks claim that the Sloppy Joe sandwich was first created in a cafe in Sioux City, Iowa in 1930 by a cook named Joe. At that time it was called a “loose meat sandwich”. Other accounts suggest that the Sloppy Joe sandwich was created in Cuba and that it was named after “Sloppy Joe’s Bar” in Havana. The earliest versions of this sandwich consisted of spiced ground meat and nothing more. Later on, cooks began to add other ingredients such as tomato paste. Today, in northeastern Pennsylvania, this sandwich is known as a “wimpie” and in parts of southwestern Illinois it’s referred to as a “yip yip” sandwich. In New Jersey, a Sloppy Joe sandwich is unlike all others as it contains sliced deli meats such as turkey or ham, coleslaw, some sort of sliced cheese, Russian dressing and is served on sliced rye bread. Ooby dooby, it’s all good eatin!

    1:27 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  25. David

    Happy Birthday Nicole!!!

    Haven’t heard Manwich for awhile. I’m going to have to try this recipe. Also, it’s good to know another November person – my birthday is on the 26th.

    1:48 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  26. dustin

    Happy Birthday! Hope your day was Mantastic! get it…manwich, mantastic…anyways, it’s Extra Sloppy here in Everett, we have about 2 inches of snow, can’t want to go boardin’. Happy Birthday, and have a great weekend!

    3:43 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  27. Joy

    Nicole I just made up your sloppy Joe recipe. YAY! It’s quite good. I didn’t put in quite as much Brown sugar, but everything else is the same . Thanks!

    7:08 pm  Dec 1st, 2007
  28. Pearl

    That brings back childhood memory. A manwich was a real treat.

    7:31 am  Dec 2nd, 2007
  29. Emon

    Good thing I bought a bucket last week. Now I’m placing it under my chin to hold the excessive amount of drool that floweth. And I just ate!

    By the way, loving the new theme and the rotating headers!

    1:56 pm  Dec 2nd, 2007
  30. Laurie Kendrick

    Happy Birthday, Nicole!

    I don’t like Sloppy Joes…or Jasons…by any other name, I’d still dislike them, but your DAMN photos of this caloric delight looked fabulous. I’ll have to try it.

    Hope you celebrated big time!


    8:26 pm  Dec 2nd, 2007
  31. shivapriya

    Happy Birthday Nicole, You are a saggiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii……

    6:06 am  Dec 3rd, 2007
  32. Clare

    I haven’t had a sloppy Joe is years, but this recipe is making me CRAVE one. Wowza. I think it’s safe to assume I will be putting this into my “how to get a guy” recipe box (if I had one)!

    10:38 am  Dec 3rd, 2007
  33. Katie

    I would have eaten the whole thing…maybe not in one sitting!
    And look at all those food labels in English – does that seem strange?
    Oh, my mother always made Sloppy Joes with tomato soup…yeah, they were good!

    12:50 pm  Dec 3rd, 2007
  34. Cynthia

    Happy belated!

    3:34 pm  Dec 3rd, 2007
  35. Jinger

    I just wanted you to know that I used your onion cutting technique that you talked about a while back to make some pasta sauce last night, and it’s the first time ever for me that I’ve gotten through cutting an entire onion without having to stop and rinse out my eyes or take a break. I’m extra susceptible to the onion demons, and this worked really well for me. Thanks!

    4:36 pm  Dec 3rd, 2007
  36. Kitchen Toolz

    I love sloppy joes, the Manwich looks devine!

    Happy Belated Birthday!


    5:50 pm  Dec 3rd, 2007
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  38. mahek

    such a great post and yummlicious looking too…….

    2:51 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  39. Dani

    You should have stuck a candle in your b-day breakfast manwhich;).
    You’re pictures are gorgeous (as always).

    6:06 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  40. Chef Matthew

    Good job on re-vamping the ‘Manwich’! -Chef Matthew

    7:47 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  41. Babeth

    Happy B-Day!!
    God you explained every steps πŸ˜‰ Good job!

    8:00 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  42. Eric

    I recently made a baked pasta dish that called for a mix of ground lamb and ground veal. The browned meat was added to a fairly straight forward red sauce before being combined with the pasta. When I sampled the mixture at this point, I knew that I would eventually try a Sloppy Joe or a Manwich with at least a mix of ground lamb and beef, if not ground lamb and ground veal. The taste was fantastic. I think it would add something very nice to the typical sloppy joe.

    Your recipe sounds fantastic….particularly the addition of the chipotles, which seems an excellent way to give the sloppy joe a deep and “mannish” quality.

    9:48 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  43. Dana

    Oooh, I love the addition of chipotle! Happy bday :).

    9:56 am  Dec 4th, 2007
  44. The Secret Ingredient

    YUM—-my dad used to make Sloppy Joe’s for us when we were kids—but I agree that a “from scratch” version seems FAR better and even a tad more—dare I say—sophisticated! LOVE the chipotles in it—-they have amazing flavor (and color).
    BTW—-love your Trader Joe’s Organic Olive oil in the photos—the same one I use—love it!
    Happy Birthday!

    7:28 pm  Dec 4th, 2007
  45. Lydia

    wow, this looks like a serious eatster!

    2:43 pm  Dec 5th, 2007
  46. mansi

    wow, the sandwich looks great!, but i was more caught by the highly-fitting name:)

    11:46 am  Dec 6th, 2007
  47. swirlingnotions

    Wow . . . cheddar in sloppy joes (I mean sloppy nicoles) . . . revolutionary. I’ll have to give it a try.

    And hey . . . I’m still waiting on a braise . . . πŸ˜‰

    Happy birthday, Nicole!

    2:08 pm  Dec 6th, 2007
  48. Kevin

    Good idea. And if there was an award for ‘most photos in a blog post to illustrate a recipe’, you’d have it, hands down. πŸ™‚
    Happy birthday!

    6:46 pm  Dec 6th, 2007
  49. christy

    Okay – you made the super manwich. You deserve a huge medal. It looks so good. Yummy! I am going to link up to you in my post — to show how a manwhich SHOULD be made.

    7:27 pm  Dec 6th, 2007
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  51. Sylvia

    Wow this is a real ultimate manwich, amazing.
    Happy (late) birthday for you both

    1:26 pm  Dec 7th, 2007
  52. Corinne

    Where’s my birthday sammich?

    4:29 pm  Dec 7th, 2007
  53. John J. Goddard

    You might want to try grinding up a little frozen liver or kidney and adding it to the ground beef. The word “manwich” makes me think of something robust and hearty. Organ meats certainly do that on the flavor end of things, and they add nutritional value.


    3:21 am  Dec 8th, 2007
  54. Wanda

    Great looking manwich. I like how you have photographed the process step by step. Excellent job.

    That is one filling meal for anyone.

    9:39 pm  Dec 18th, 2007
  55. Rip Van Coke

    i feel questionable, although it may tickle your timbers, i feel questionable serving a sizeable portion of manwich to anyone with a history of good ole, porking out, therefore this whole thing is unattractive. verily.

    8:29 am  Jun 23rd, 2008
  56. Jason

    I have a history of “good ole, porking out?”

    9:01 am  Jun 23rd, 2008
  57. Nicole

    Yes, Jason, apparently you do!

    9:36 am  Jun 23rd, 2008
  58. Jen

    I tried out this recipe with a few minor changes….and it was fabulous! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful dish…I’ll definetly be making this again.

    8:57 am  Jun 27th, 2008
  59. Nicole

    Jen: So glad you liked it! Feel free to share your changes…I’m constantly changing my own recipes and it’s always good to hear suggestions!

    11:38 am  Jun 27th, 2008
  60. Larese

    hey, same birthday! AND i have a young cousin with the same!
    you’re a girl after my own heart, but obviously with a lot more talent!
    i love the fresh ingredients, not to mention i can make a double batch and freeze some for later in the month for an easy meal on a busy night! my family will love you for this!

    9:23 am  Jul 15th, 2008
  61. Larese

    oh, and i added some leftover (brown rice) risotto last week when i made sloppy joes from the can (first time in years, which is why i ended up googling it)… helped to bulk it up with whole grain, reduced the amount of red meat we all ate per sandwich, and the other ingredients didn’t hurt either (mushrooms, spinach) didn’t seem to affect the flavor very much, so the guys didn’t notice. πŸ˜‰

    9:32 am  Jul 15th, 2008
  62. Deviled

    Oh my, I love “Manwhich” the season pack not the can. This recipe does temp me though!

    9:56 pm  Jul 29th, 2008
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  64. TheFogKing

    The chipotle makes it a Sloppy Jose, eh?? Bueno!!

    2:47 pm  Oct 1st, 2008
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  66. TheRoosterChick

    Now that’s some good eatin’

    7:07 pm  Nov 5th, 2009
  67. allyson

    really good, but waaaaaay too much sugar!!! i just used your recipe for a rough cut, but i used 1 1/2 lbs. of beef and maybe 2 teaspoons would have sufficed for that… still yummy, besides the too sweet…

    5:55 pm  Dec 12th, 2009
  68. joni

    i tried this and the homemade bbq recipe and i would have to say that this is the best out of the two!! i love that it is spicy and sweet at the same time. you have to taste it to understand exactly what that means! πŸ™‚ even my 8 year old son, who HATES bbq sandwiches, LOVES this one, and even wants seconds. he told me to never make the “other stuff” (manwich in a can) and that it is “nasty”. glad that fresh, easy to make, full of vegies bbq satisfies my kids!! i don’t think i will tell them no when they request this for dinner!

    9:31 am  Apr 21st, 2010
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  70. Catherine

    I never heard of manwich but i think it is also good with pasta instead of buns.

    12:02 pm  Aug 27th, 2010
  71. Pete| From All The Best Food Processor

    Love the post. That sure is a ‘Manwhich’ of note. Not for the faint hearted. I’d like to see my brother try and eat this. He’s always telling me how much he can eat.

    1:25 pm  Jan 6th, 2011
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  73. Julie

    Oh boy does that manwich look absolutely delicious! Thanks for blowing my diet!

    6:06 pm  May 12th, 2011
  74. greg

    yes but take most of these ingredients and put them in an omlette and then a bit of hot sauce on top with a sprinkle of feta…. now you have breakfast.

    5:48 pm  Jun 1st, 2011
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  79. Natalie

    Can’t wait to make this for my boyfriend. He loves things like this especially where a napkin is required!

    10:42 pm  Oct 2nd, 2011
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    this is fantastic, thank you so much for sharing!

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  84. Sammy_Cho

    I have been making this recipe for about 4 years now. Every time the chilly weather creeps in- someone asks for it. From fall until spring, this is on our menu regularly! We love this good ol’ fashion, updated for the times, manwich!

    11:48 am  Oct 27th, 2016
  85. Nicole

    @Sammy_Cho – Thanks so much for dropping by to let me know you still make this recipe! Your comment really made my day! πŸ˜€

    12:29 pm  Oct 27th, 2016
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