Sloppy Philly

I do love this new Philadelphia Cooking Creme. I’m not just saying that because I’m entered into a cooking contest wherein Kraft sent me my own supply. No. I really love it!! I also recently found it being sold at my local Wal-Mart. I was thrilled. Not only was it on the shelf, it was the cheapest price I’d seen yet for it across the country! Hope it’s that way in all of the Wal-Marts. And yes, I looked kind of weird taking photos at the Wal-Mart, but things have to be done! You know, to report back to my peeps.

So, the first recipe I created for the Santa Fe Blend (this week’s themed flavor) was definitely inspired simply by the taste of this particular cooking creme. The Santa Fe Blend tastes just like you would think, like a Chile pepper-type flavor. Perfect to simply add to an already easy recipe. You can spice up your meat loaf, burgers. Use it as a marinade, or mix with a little olive oil for a quick sauce.

Due to the rules of the contest, I have to use the entire 10oz. tub in my recipe. I chose to create sliders. Sloppy Joe-like sliders… Sloppy Jose’ Sliders!! Yummy, Huh?!!  And, they were!

The recipe follows the video. Enjoy!

Southwestern Sloppy Jose’ Sliders

Yields: 8-10 Mini-Sandwiches 4 Servings

Prep time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 12 minutes

Total time: 17 minutes


1/2 medium onion, chopped

1 lb. lean ground turkey

1-15oz. can Sloppy Joe sauce

1-10oz. tub Kraft® Philadelphia Santa Fe Blend Cooking Creme

8 to 10 sour dough rolls, split

1 cup Kraft shredded Mexican blend cheese (optional)


Spray a large skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Place onion and turkey in skillet on medium heat. Cook and stir until meat is browned and onion is tender; drain, if necessary.

Stir in sloppy Joe mix and cooking creme. Season with salt and pepper. Heat for an additional 5 to 6 minutes; stirring occasionally.

Fill rolls with warm meat mixture and sprinkle shredded cheese on top. Serve while meat mixture is still warm.


About amrecipes

My love of cooking has taken over. I was on the net one day and saw an ad for a recipe contest. I entered. Then, I entered another. Then another, and so on and when I won a contest... an entire year's worth of tomato products, I was hooked. Since then, I've entered many many different recipe contests. I have won a trip to New York, entries into cook-offs, a recipe published in a Kraft/Paula Deen cookbook and many food products and food related items. I enjoy cooking and entering recipe contests. I hope I spark an interest in others to create something they can be proud of. I'm always getting more ideas from the internet. Wow, I remember not having the internet years ago. It's a God send and I'm trying to cover every inch of the food sites!! Join me in my quest to keep fresh ideas flowing and creating new and exciting dishes.
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2 Responses to Sloppy Philly

  1. Angie Walker says:

    Sloppy Jose’ Sliders!! That is just way too cool. They look scrumptious!!

  2. Buck Sharman says:

    great post! keep it on!

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