Bizarrely enough for a chef, I really do take my hat off to Heinz, who have become the global brand of quality in the ketchup world. It's such an everyday cupboard product that you've probably never thought to make your own. But if you're growing tomatoes in the garden, or you catch sight of some really beautiful ones at the market in summer, just think how much of a treat it would be to offer your family or guests homemade ketchup. It's great fun to make. And you can make different colours of ketchup using just yellow, orange or green tomatoes – simply exchange the cherry and tinned tomatoes for the same amount of your chosen coloured ones.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 9kcal
- Carbs 1.2g
- Sugar 0.8g
- Fat 0.2g
- Saturates 0.0g
- Protein 0.4g
This recipe is from:
Jamie at Home
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