Sick of buying ketchup at the store? Or maybe you just aren’t loving the store-bought kind, give this delicious homemade ketchup recipe a try. Homemade ketchup is so easy to make, and tastes amazing!
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How To Make Homemade Ketchup From Scratch
Since we started making our own homemade ketchup from scratch we’ve stopped buying it at the store because it really can’t compare to homemade. Plus it’s so easy to make!
What Is The Difference Between Ketchup And Catsup?
Ketchup also called catsup arrived in recipes in the early 1800s as a delicious tomato-based condiment with vinegar and spices. Long story short the only difference is the name, they both are that thick tomato sauce we know and love here in the USA.
Who Invented Ketchup?
Ketchup was invented by Henry John Heinz, in 1876. Heinz invented ketchup by adapting a Chinese recipe for so-called Cat Sup, a thick sauce made from tomatoes, special seasoning, and starch.
Is Homemade Ketchup Better?
The debate for which one is better is best decided by you. Now I will be the first to admit that companies like Hunts or Heinz have created a delicious product, but now that I’ve had homemade ketchup? Not going back for anything. I love everything about our homemade ketchup recipe, and it’s so easy to adjust for those with allergies.
What You Need To Make Homemade Ketchup
To make this ketchup recipe you are going to need:
Homemade Ketchup Recipe
Now that you’ve got your supplies let’s get on to the recipe, to make this homemade ketchup recipe you’re going to need:
6 oz Tomato Paste
1/2 Cup + 1/8 cup if you like it sweeter of Raw honey, regular (not high fructose Corn Syrup) Corn syrup
3 Tablespoons sugar
1/2 Cup white vinegar
1/4 Cup water
1 Teaspoon salt
1/4 Teaspoon onion powder
1/2 Teaspoons garlic powder
Whisk ingredients together and bring your ketchup to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer for 25 minutes.
Remove your ketchup from the heat and allow to cool covered with a lid. *if you were going to can it skip this step and go ahead and pour the ketchup into your canning jars.
Bottle your ketchup and refrigerate.
This recipe makes 1 mason jar or 4 1/2 pints.
How Long Does Homemade Ketchup Last
Homemade Ketchup will last about three weeks in your refrigerator, or you can make a big batch and can it for later. This is our favorite way to make ketchup so we don’t have to keep making it every few weeks.
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