There are several reasons why tailgating is so much fun. One of those reasons is delicious food. If you're hosting a tailgate or just want to bring something delicious to the one you're attending, we highly recommend sloppy joes. Not only is this a really tasty option, but it's quite easy to prep and can be enjoyed in several different ways. If that all sounds great, keep reading to learn exactly what you need, as well as how to best prep this dish. 5 Ingredients for Sloppy Joes Even if you need to make this dish ASAP, you'll be able to quickly gather up what you need. The first ingredient is 1 pound of ground beef. Next is 1 can (10-3/4 ounces) of condensed tomato soup, undiluted. You'll also need 1 tablespoon of brown sugar. The fourth ingredient is salsa. Depending on how much kick you want to give your sloppy joes, you can go with our Gregular, Scottsome Heat or InCindyary fresh salsa. And finally, you'll want a pack of 8 hamburger buns. This amount of ingredients will make eight servings, so you may want to double or even triple depending on the size of the tailgate. Make Delicious Sloppy Joes in Just 20 Minutes Once you've grabbed the above ingredients, you'll want to put the pound of beef in a large skillet. Cook on medium heat until it's no longer pink. Drain the skillet, then stir in the tomato soup, brown sugar and salsa. Then all you need to do is cover the skillet and let the ingredients simmer together for ten minutes. If you're wondering how to keep your sloppy joes nice and hot prior to serving them at the tailgate, you can use an insulated food carrier. Another option is to transform a standard cooler into hot storage. Simply wrap bricks in heavy-duty aluminum foil and heat them in the oven at 300 degrees for around 20 minutes. Line the bottom of the cooler with dish towels and carefully place the bricks in an even row inside the cooler. Then place the container with your sloppy joes on top of the hot wrapped bricks. You can keep everything in place with more rolled up towels. We hope you enjoy making and sharing this recipe! If you have any other favorite ways to enjoy our salsa while tailgating, be sure to send us your recipe through our salsa stories page.