Whether its on a bacon sandwich or homemade oven chips there’s nothing better then a dollop of ketchup on your food.
For those of us like a little spicy kick, chipotle ketchup brings a nice smoky to the party.
Playing around in the kitchen with our version of a chipotle paste, we came up with a very nice recipe for a Smoked Chilli Ketchup.
The reason we don’t call it a Chipotle Ketchup is that we use the Pasilla Oaxaca Smoked Chilli, which is smokier then the chipotle and is our ‘secret’ ingredient for making an outstanding product.
Below you find a recipe for our take on chipotle ketchup. If you have the time we highly recommend you give it a go.
It seriously good!
“Love this stuff, tried it on a whim when it was on offer and very glad I did.
In terms of heat it has a smoky chipotle heat rather than any kind of harsh heat, so far it has been perfect with burgers and it was dynamite with our cheese on toast.
It was looser in consistency than I expected, e.g. if wanting to dip something into this sauce you’d need to put it in a ramekin, it’s not viscous enough to stand on its own. I have uploaded a couple of images of the jar but safe to say we will be buying this again. An absolute must try if you like the flavour of smoky chipotle chillies. Brilliant” – Chris M
Where To Buy
Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Ketchup can be found in shops and online. In the UNITED STATES Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Ketchup Is Available online with Amazon
Homemade Chipotle Ketchup Recipe
- 3.5kg ripe tomatoes – roughly chopped
- 1 onion very roughly chopped
- 1 head of garlic
- 100g salt
- 750g sugar
- 600ml cider Vinegar
- 30g Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Paste
- Put all the ingredients into a pan and simmer for around three hours.
- Make sure that you stir quite often so that it doesn't catch and burn on the bottom.
- Leave the sauce to cool slightly and the using a food processor blend until smooth.
- Fill into sterilised glass jars and seal immediately.
- Once opened keep in the fridge