Homemade Ketchup – Copycat Ketchup Recipe That Tastes Like a Famous Brand!



Learn how to make Homemade Ketchup! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2013/04/homemade-ketchup-because-youre-crazy.html for the ingredient amounts, more information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Copycat Ketchup Recipe that tastes like a certain famous brand!

27 thoughts on “Homemade Ketchup – Copycat Ketchup Recipe That Tastes Like a Famous Brand!

  1. Cane sugar is a molecule of glucose and a molecule of fructose…. so although better, it still contains fructose, which is metabolized by the liver. Erythritol is a better choice for the sweetener.

  2. I will take this ketchup over the ketchup sold at the supermarkets which are full of "Corn Syrup, High Fructose, Sucrose, and other preservatives" that I cannot even pronounce. This ketchup recipe may be long to process but made in large batches it is well worth it. Thanks

  3. No other way of making catsup?use any substitute that will look lime,taste like,smells like catsup?because I suspect manufacturers don't make it the old way anymore!

  4. As a child, I went to a parochial school and I’ll never forget the ketchup they served in the cafeteria… I’d sure give every knuckle on my left hand to know how they made it.

  5. i make my own ketchup from fresh toms of vines i blanch the skins of then make on the stove takes about two hrs skins i dry till crisp and can use as a seasoning on top food

  6. With ketchup being so cheap, why would you ever want to make your own? I could imagine if the taste was really different, but this is pretty much a copycat recipe…

  7. I made very quick and easy homemade ketchup on the stove. I cooked down some onions, garlic, ginger, cherry tomatoes, tomato paste, spices, sugar, and apple cider vinegar. When it was well thickened, I blended it down and didn't strain it. It was delicious.

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