Tomato ketchup – the organic version
Ketchup was once used to describe any sauce (or catsup). Nowadays it relates to tomato ketchup, the most iconic brand of which is Heinz, introduced in 1876. Organic ketchup tends to be a lot less sweet than commercial brands, as it contains less sugar.
This is simply in a different league to other tomato ketchups. It is totally true to the tomatoes it’s made from, as their flavour has not been eclipsed by sugar or artificial sweetness. It’s useful in cooking where you want to add true tomato flavour, and it’s also great with fish and chips.
Supper for two? Go to the Far East, or at least bring it into your kitchen with these brilliant little patties. It has to be said they also work just as well with minced pork or lamb.