Homemade Ketchup / Catsup - How to make ketchup recipes
Ancho Chile Ketchup Recipe
Forget the barbecue sauce! This simple tomato-based ketchup is sweetened with brown sugar and spiced up with the flavor of ancho chiles. It's great on all types of meat and poultry, even on burgers. Ancho chiles are dried poblano chiles and have a sweet, spicy flavor.
Amish Tomato Ketchup Recipe
This heirloom old-fashioned tomato ketchup is not as thick as commercial ketchup.
Fog City Diner's Tomato Ketchup Recipe
Homemade ketchup is a favorite of patrons of Fog City Diner. The popular restaurant has graciously shared their recipe so you can make your own at home. The ketchup may be stored in the refrigerator up to 1 month.
Heirloom Tomato Ketchup Recipe
This recipe for heirloom tomato ketchup dates back to 1908. It is sugar-free, depending on the natural sugar in the tomatoes to concentrate as a sweetener. It is fairly simple with the main ingredients being tomatoes, vinegar, red peppers, salt, pepper, dry mustard, and allspice. Be prepared to tend it for 4 hours before canning.
Ketchup Vert (Green Tomato Ketchup) - Quebec Style Recipe
Green tomato ketchup is an excellent way to use up those green tomato. It is very easy to make, but plan ahead. The tomatoes need to stand at least 8 hours or overnight.
Picante Ketchup Recipe
Use this piquant version in place of regular ketchup to spice up sandwiches, meatloaf, or hamburgers. It is a little on the spicy side, but it will not blow your head off. This ketchup freezes well.
Tomato Ketchup Recipe
Homemade tomato ketchup has a fresher, more robust flavor than commercial ketchup because you start with fresh tomatoes and spices.