Ragin' Cajun Ketchup

Ragin' Cajun Ketchup created by A Good Thing

this is from our local newspaper around 1980 or so. I've kept it that long and never posted it or added it to my regular cookbook. I use this all the time. Adjust the heat to your liking.

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  • In a heavy saucepan, saute onion, green onions, red pepper, jalapenos, garlic, thyme and olive oil for about 10 minutes until the vegetables have softened.
  • Add ketchup and tomatoes, bring to a simmer and cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Transfer mixture to a bowl, cool and refrigerate until ready to use.
  • The can be refrigerated up to 3 weeks.
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"this is from our local newspaper around 1980 or so. I've kept it that long and never posted it or added it to my regular cookbook. I use this all the time. Adjust the heat to your liking."
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  1. Maryland Jim
    Made this over the weekend and took it to my DS's football party. EVERYONE loved it. Have been asked by some for the recipe! Note: I didn't have pickled jalapenos so I diced up two peppers and soaked them in cider vinegar, then mixed them with the rest of the ingredients. <br/>Made for 2013 Football Pool.
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  2. A Good Thing
    Ragin' Cajun Ketchup Created by A Good Thing
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  3. A Good Thing
    Pam, I'll be thanking you for this recipe for many years to come! Being a Ragin' Cajun myself, I do appreciate the bite in this! Can't wait to have it on some homemade fries. Thoroughly enjoyed for PAC Spring 2010. Thanks!
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  4. pamela t.
    this is from our local newspaper around 1980 or so. I've kept it that long and never posted it or added it to my regular cookbook. I use this all the time. Adjust the heat to your liking.
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