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Homemade Ketchup
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Steven    Posted 05-10-2002 at 08:54:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Mom used to make the best homemade ketchup. No recipe !! Any ideas !!!! Still think it starts with a "c".

Thanks


Redneck    Posted 05-10-2002 at 12:18:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
Go to Southern Living.They have all kinds of good recipes and many helpful folks.


PCC-AL    Posted 05-10-2002 at 10:28:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Steven,
I don't have a receipe but I like to cook with tomatoes and it shouldn't be too hard to do. I don't mine pulp and seeds so I would probably leave those in. Most folks will probably take them out. Add salt, vinegar and cook it till it thickens. Could probably add corn starch to thicken if needed. Experiment some in small batches until you get it to taste right. I may try that myself but got to make some salsa first.


ShepFL    Posted 05-10-2002 at 11:00:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Amen to the SALSA!!
Getting ready to crank some up here in the next few weeks. I will let ya know how it turns out. I still have your recipe and one from DUEY (IA).
Chuggin in the weeds. . .


If we don't get some warm nights = PCC-AL    Posted 05-10-2002 at 18:42:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm not gonna have enough tomatoes to make soup. I set my plants out two weeks ago and I don't think they have grown an inch. The nights are still dropping below 70 degrees and it sure slows them down. Good luck with your salsa.


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