Tomato ketchup traces its roots back to the 17th century, when British sailors brought a tangy concoction of tomatoes, vinegar, and spices from Southeast Asia. Over time, tomato ketchup evolved into the beloved savory condiment we know today.
This tomato ketchup recipe pairs exceptionally well with a myriad of dishes. Elevate your burgers, fries, and hot dogs, or add a zing to grilled meats and sandwiches. It’s also a delightful companion to eggs, pasta, and even as a dipping sauce for crispy snacks.