Do-It-Yourself Tomato Ketchup / Catsup

Why make your own ketchup, when you can buy it everywhere?

Because this recipe is sugar free!

Now, don’t go thinking that it loses any flavour because of that. This sugar-free ketchup is just as delicious as the regular sugar-full versions that we buy in the shops. But you can eat this safe in the knowledge that your not taking on board too much sugar.

I have to admit, I’m not a great ketchup fan! But, I do love mixing up different sauces; which ketchup is very useful to use as a base to add other ingredients to.Ketchup Recipe sm

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Flavour Full Stop

For Christmas this year Caroline and I bought each other experiences and edibles.

One of the gifts I got Caroline was a three-month subscription to an artisan food box, from a website called Flavour Full Stop.

Each month they send out a selection of six artisan food products sourced in the UK and roughly built around a theme.

We both like artisan products and I thought it would be a fun way to try some new and different products from those we can pick up at our local farm shops and delicatessens.

Our first package arrived yesterday and, as Caroline predicted, it was based around detoxing after New Years celebrations.

Flavour Full Stop - Jan smPomegranate Ketchup – by Phatbreads – This has a delightful see and sour flavour a little bit like a chutney.

Hibiscus Syrup – by Syrup Junkie – Used for making cocktails; alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

Ginger Tingle Fruit Cake – by Tipple Tails – This has a recommended accompaniment of blue cheese. Delicious!

Easy Thai Green Curry Paste – by The Coconut Kitchen – Which also has a recipe connected with it on The Flavour Full Stop website.

Goji and Orange Dark Chocolate  – by Daisy and Dam – Chocolate with berries in  – yummy!

Tamarind Chipotle Flavour Jerky – by Big T’s Jerky – Gotta love the jerky.

Flavour Full Stop - JanB smThese came with a neat little booklet explaining each of the products, where in the country they have been produced