Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Cinco de mayo sloppy joes or cowboy nachos

1# ground turkey breast
1 8oz. can no salt tomato sauce
1 jar trader joes cowboy caviar (no fish in this caviar)

Brown and crumble ground turkey in a frying pan sprayed with olive oil.  Stir in tomato sauce and  jar of cowboy caviar.  Heat through.  Serve in bowls as a spicy main dish, in buns as delicious sloppy joes or in your favorite nacho recipe perhaps topped with a cheese sauce.  If you like it more saucy just add more tomato sauce.  Buen apetito!

Very Interesting story on Cowboy Caviar:
Cowboy Caviar is a simple dish with an interesting history. You know, I'm sure, that black-eyed peas are served throughout the Southern United States on New Year's Day. So read here!

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  1. Jennie @ TheHousewifeModernMay 1, 2015 at 4:06 PM

    It's been a long time since I've heard "sloppy joes." I'm from Iowa, but we're military so we're living in Washington state right now (previously Georgia and South Carolina). I once mentioned sloppy joes and got looked at like I was crazy.
    I'll have to think about stopping by our local Trader Joes.
    Umm...I have to ask, though. Why is it called Cowboy Caviar?
    p.s. Found you via the Pretty Pintastic Party on "Recipes for Our Daily Bread".

    1. that's a good question I don't know why its called cowboy caviar I asked my girlfriend gave me the recipe I was thinking it had fish in it and she said no I have no idea why that would be called cowboy caviar but anyways thank you so much for your comment and stopping by my blog


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