Rhode Island Dynamites

From Cook's Country | June/July 2015

Why this recipe works:

For this flavorful take on the Sloppy Joe, we started by quickly tenderizing ground beef in a baking soda mixture and then cooked the beef down with sautéed onions, bell peppers, spices, cherry peppers (with some of their brine) for heat, and some canned tomato sauce. We serve it like they do… read more

For this flavorful take on the Sloppy Joe, we started by quickly tenderizing ground beef in a baking soda mixture and then cooked the beef down with sautéed onions, bell peppers, spices, cherry peppers (with some of their brine) for heat, and some canned tomato sauce. We serve it like they do in Woonsocket, Rhode Island: on a soft torpedo roll.

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Serves 10

If you would like to reduce the spiciness of these sandwiches, substitute sweet cherry peppers for the hot cherry peppers and reduce the amount of red pepper flakes.

Ingredients

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