Hints of roasted garlic and olive oil make this classy, not-too-sweet condiment our go-to dip for herb-roasted oven fries and sweet potato fries. –Tina Ujlaki, Executive Food Editor, Food & Wine Magazine
Now this is what we'd call "Fancy Ketchup!" Victoria Amory makes sure you won't forget about this one in your fridge, elevating the humble red sauce to a bright, super-spreadable staple with a splash of champagne vinegar. Her recipe really brings out the natural acidity of tomatoes, and you can practically taste the bubbly on your tongue.
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Champagne Ketchup is obviously perfect for special meals (think: your best meatloaf!), or to bump up hot dogs topped with chopped white onion. The beautifully designed jar alone will inspire you to bring it to the table.
Water, tomato paste, brown sugar, champagne vinegar, white distilled vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, salt, spice, onion powder, citric acid. Comes in an 11 oz jar.