Trying to avoid nightshades? Looking for a tropical spread? Try this savory/sweet ketchup, perfect on banh mi sandwiches, over cream cheese and crackers for a quick appetizer or as a marinade for tofu, chicken or pork.
Fall's favorite fruits unite in this slow-cooker recipe for Apple Cranberry Pumpkin Ketchup. It's the best of both worlds: the sweet apple, tart cranberry and murky pumpkin flavors come through yet it's still undeniably, wonderfully ketchupy.
When you go to all the effort to make a condiment from scratch, you want it to have some legs. It should last at least a few weeks; even better a couple of months. Let me introduce you to the art of culturing.