Tomato Free Ketchup

"The perfect condiment for people allergic to those pesky tomatoes."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
5 cups
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ingredients

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directions

  • Process all ingredients in a blender until smooth, about 30 seconds.
  • Store in refrigerator.

Questions & Replies

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  1. dbphillips57
    How long does this last in the refrigerator?
     
  2. buggsyann
    How long can this keep in the refrigerator? And can it be frozen? Thanks
     
  3. Ruth Ann W.
    Sodium is listed as 1900+ per serving. There is no salt in the recipe, can you tell me why the sodium content would be so high? Or is it a typ-o?
     
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Reviews

  1. Chef 616082
    This Ketchup is incredible! I will never buy ketchup again, it's better than Heinz and has no preservatives. I didn't use the white sugar and used 2 tablespoons of brown sugar instead of the corn syrup. I wish every replacement I have to use was this good and easy!
     
  2. tschoolcraft
    Fantastic Recipe! What a lifesaver. Tastes just like ketchup!
     
  3. Sistercooks
    Two thumbs up. Great for me with my allergies, and my husband, who can eat anything and everything swears it tastes like real ketchup! Now we can eat the same ketchup! Thanks so much for posting this recipe. Its a keeper!
     
  4. JaydedCammie
    Having a nightshade allergy really sucks sometimes. Then you find a recipe like this. Even my non allergic roommates want to eat it. It's mine though, all mine. I took out the karo syrup because I am watching my sugar intake and used brown sugar instead of white. I could see where the karo would help with thickening it up but I still like it. I want to add horseradish to some of mine to make no nightshade cocktail sauce.
     
  5. Chelsey5966
    Actually tastes like Ketchup! very good! Thank you!
     
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Tweaks

  1. kimbomac59
    Hi, I made this for my brother in law he has rheumatoid arthritis and one of the things you shouldn’t eat in Tomatoes it’s a nightshade so this recipe is was just right for him. So made is up but I substitute the ground cloves, white corn syrup, sugar, for brown sugar that makes it not as sweet and gives it color of ketchup. My brother in law loved it. Now I’m going to add some more stuff to the recipe and make BBQ sauce. I also made a no tomatoes chili that was so good it don’t have this in it. You just don’t realize how many meals have tomatoes in it, WOW Here’s the Chili I made! There is no Tomatoes of any kind in it.
     
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  2. Kelly Y.
    I did not use the corn syrup and it was still very sweet.
     
  3. Ruth Ann W.
    Agave instead of Karo and zero salt. If I make a batch for myself will also add jalapeño powder.
     
  4. Elizabeth J.
    Left out the sugar and corn syrup and it was still perfectly sweet for our tastes.
     
  5. Chef 616082
    This Ketchup is incredible! I will never buy ketchup again, it's better than Heinz and has no preservatives. I didn't use the white sugar and used 2 tablespoons of brown sugar instead of the corn syrup. I wish every replacement I have to use was this good and easy!
     

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