We had a glut of tomatoes this week. I love tomatoes so it is unusual that I would ever have enough left over to make ketchup but mum-in-law brought us some of her crop too so, yippee, ketchup it was.
I used a Jamie Oliver recipe from ‘Jamie at Home’. For copyright reasons, I can’t reproduce the recipe but you can find it online at the Food Network.
It took much longer than I expected but the results, surprisingly, yielded 2 makes.
Here are the steps:
1. All ingredients cooked together in a large pan:
2. Whiz cooked ingredients in a liquidiser:
3. Sieve (Jamie says to sieve twice but I’d already spent much longer than I expected to on this so only sieved it once)
4. Boil and simmer then pour into sterilised jars:
And here is where the second make comes in. After the juice was sieved out the remaining vegetables looked too good to waste so, as I was planning on making meatballs anyway, I mixed it all up with some minced steak, an egg and some fresh breadcrumbs. They were delicious and made enough meatballs for 2 meals.