This Paleo Ketchup has almost half the grams of sugar as my favorite organic brand, and it is naturally sweetened with honey and maple syrup.
We really liked this recipe. The next time I make it I may try to do a big batch and can some of it. The ketchup has a deeper color than the store-bought kind. It is also spicier (savory-spicy, not hot-spicy).
Try it with with my Paleo Apple Meatloaf.
Update: I used to cook this ketchup, but found it to be just as good uncooked, with no splattered mess. Just whisk all ingredients together and serve!
I love adding a whole, unprocessed and healthy twist to classic recipes. My food is often grain-free, usually gluten-free, and always unprocessed.
Could you substitute coconut aminos for the soy sauce?
Absolutely! And thanks for the reminder, I'm updating the recipe now. Coconut aminos are less salty than Tamari, so you might want to add a bit more salt for flavor.
Thanks so much for getting back so quickly! I can't wait to whip up a batch of this. Do you have any other Paleo canning recipes?
I suppose you could can the Homemade Paleo Worcestershire Sauce. https://awholenewtwist.com/homemade-paleo-worcestershire-sauce/
Could you use home grown tomatoes and how many?
If you wanted to make your own homemade tomato sauce from home grown tomatoes, that would work, just use an equivalent amount to replace the canned sauce (2 cups). I'm not sure how many tomatoes that would be.
Can you process this in a hot water canning method?
I don't see why not.
How long does this last in the fridge?
It should be good for a week, refirgerated.
I don't have white balsamic...could I use regular?