On the Homestead: No offence to Heinz, but there’s nothing like homemade ketchup. Simmer fresh-picked tomatoes with onions, cayenne pepper and a bit of this and that, and you'll get homemade condiments. #ketchup #preserves
9 whole fresh tomato ketcup recipe. This is my go to ketchup recipe due to corn, citrus and cane sugar allergies. I was so happy to run across this recipe when searching for kethcup recipes. This is an easy to make version. I process steralized jars in a water bath to make them shelf stable. I have used this with a homemade taco seasoning and it turned the flavoring to bbq sauce.
Ingredients Cup Yellow Mustard Seeds Cup Filtered Water Cup Apple Cider Vinegar 2 teaspoons Fresh Lemon Juice 3 Tablespoons Honey (or more) teaspoon Sea Salt 1 teaspoon Fresh Thyme Leaves teaspoon ground turmeric
What do a 100-year old recipe, Funky Fermentation, and a Slow Cooker have in common? Ketchup. Ketchup, or Catsup, depending on where you hail from in this country is a ubiquitously American condiment–now synonymous with the brand, Heinz. But believe it or not, 100 years ago, many people made their own pungent red condiment. Join …