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Recipe from Tim Burleson of Pocatello, Idaho

Prep Time and Total Time: 20 Minutes

1 Pound ground Turkey
1 ounce of Kraft, Catalina salad dressing
A1 Steak sauce
worchestershire sauce
BBQ sauce
Ketchup

1. Brown turkey in a pan and add sauces. What I do, is I take all those condiment bottles I end up with during the week that are about empty. I turn them upside down and let them em drain to the cap. Then when I am ready to create, I dump all those bits into my sauce. The idea is tangy and not ketchupy/tomatoey.

2. When I start my meat, I pop tater tots into the oven as directed. When they are about half way done I turn them and season them with onion powder and garlic podwer, never add salt. When these are done, the Sloppy Tim's are done. Your children will love this and it is also a meal husbands will love because of the steak sauces. I make my sandwiches open face by placing a piece of bread on my plate and pouring my Sloppy Tim's over this; less mess. And better for smaller children because you can do a half slice of bread or a quarter.

Servings: 4
Comments: This is something you can do easily for larger gatherings and church meals.

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