4 Great 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. These recipes first appeared with Marisa McClellan's story Beyond Tomatoes: Four Great Fruit Ketchups.

Blueberry Chipotle Ketchup

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.Khushbu Shah
Beet Ketchup

Beet Ketchup

Ketchup made with roasted beets has a surprising, slightly earthy flavor—we love it in place of tomato ketchup on turkey burgers. It's easiest to cook it over the course of two days: On day one, cook, cool, peel, and chop the beets; on day two, cook them into ketchup. A splatter screen will help keep splashes contained while cooking the purée.Khushbu Shah
Tomatillo and Roasted Green Chile Ketchup

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.Khushbu Shah
Sweet Cherry Ketchup

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.Khushbu Shah