Fruit Ketchups
Ketchup doesn't have to start and end with tomatoes. Savory-sweet ketchups based on other ingredients are an unexpected addition to the table—and a great way to preserve summer fruit for months to come. Khushbu Shah
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Ketchup doesn’t have to start and end with tomatoes. Savory-sweet ketchups based on other ingredients are an unexpected addition to the table—and a great way to preserve summer fruit for months to come. These recipes first appeared with Marisa McClellan’s story Beyond Tomatoes: Four Great Fruit Ketchups.

"Blueberry

Blueberry Chipotle Ketchup

Sweet and smoky blueberry chipotle ketchup makes a perfect addition to all manner of grilled foods; it’s great in place of barbecue sauce on chicken legs and meaty portobello mushrooms.
"Tomatillo

Tomatillo and Roasted Green Chile Ketchup

Spicy, tangy, and smooth, tomatillo ketchup can do double-duty: It’s great as a dipping sauce or burger topping, but can also serve as a simmer sauce for meats. Get the recipe for Tomatillo and Roasted Green Chile Ketchup »
"Sweet

Sweet Cherry Ketchup

Savory-sweet ketchup is a great way to use soft, less-than-perfect cherries—it makes a great stand-in for barbecue sauce in just about any application. If their season has already passed, frozen cherries work just as well.

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