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Test Kitchen Approved

Smoky Ketchup

Recipe By A. Lynn Buschhoff

Yields

1/2 cup

Cooking Time

10 Minutes

Recipe By A. Lynn Buschhoff

Use in place of regular ketchup anywhere you want a smoky, spicy kick.

Serving Suggestions

Use in place of regular ketchup anywhere you want a smoky, spicy kick. Try it with our Tarragon Sweet Potato Steak Fries or Norm's Gluten-Free Mexican Meatloaf.

Recipe Notes

For a sugar-free ketchup, leave out the brown sugar; the ketchup will be much more tart if you do. You can also substitute honey for the sugar.

Ingredients

Savory Spice ingredients in this recipe

  • Tomato Powder

    Tomato Powder is made from ground, dehydrated tomatoes. Add dry tomato powder to your homemade meatloaf recipe. Using tomato powder in sauces and s...

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  • Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning

    Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning is a hickory smoked seasoning best used on your favorite cuts of red meat. Rub this hickory seasoning all over t...

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  • Liquid Tamarind Paste Concentrate

    Tamarind, also known as Kok mak Kham, sbar or tamarindo, is commonly used in a concentrated form in Indian, Thai, Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine...

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Directions

Mix Tomato Powder and water and let stand for a few minutes. Adjust thickness by adding more water or more powder. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator.