15 May How to Use Our Ketchup More
Talk about being a popular condiment! Ketchup is a staple in 97 percent of American households. Sadly, ketchup, including Craig’s Ketchup, gets left in the fridge for an unspoken amount of time, and is almost always pushed aside when it comes to cooking. While it doesn’t always get the credit it deserves for being a great condiment it truly gets overlooked when it can fill-in for a missing tomato-based ingredient in a recipe. Think about it. There are millions of recipes that call for a tomato ingredient. Some ethnic foods are lost without tomatoes; Italian, American, and Mexican foods to name a few.
If you’re in a pinch and need tomato sauce, as long as it isn’t the main ingredient, we suggest using ketchup in a 1:1 ratio. Meaning if it calls for ¼ cup of tomato sauce, use ¼ cup of ketchup. Also, keep in mind that ketchup has other ingredients besides tomatoes. Craig’s Ketchup includes vinegar, sugar, molasses, salt, and spices. This can alter your recipe flavor, so be sure to pick the right ketchup. We have both the regular and the habanero flavor. If you’re looking to add a kick to your next meal, use our habanero ketchup with habanero peppers in the mix.
While a recipe’s flavor may be altered by ketchup, simply add a few other spices to get the taste you are desiring. And don’t let not having tomatoes on hand deter you from making a dish you were hoping to make tonight. Grab that bottle of ketchup off the shelf or out from behind the milk in the fridge and make it happen. If your pantry is void of Craig’s Ketchup don’t wait to refill your supply, do it today.
Not one of the 125 million households in the U.S. that use ketchup or have ketchup in their kitchen? That’s okay, we have plenty of other wonderful items you will appreciate when it comes to cooking or grilling. Check out our full line of products on the website. It’s easy; click on any of the tabs in the menu bar at the top of the page to search for something that might intrigue you. Until we catch you again, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. And definitely, keep that pit smoke rollin’!