While often thought of as an all-American condiment, ketchup actually has a historical basis in Asia. Today, a multitude of ethnic cuisines make use of the modern version of ketchup.
With its tangy tomato base, ketchup is actually quite versatile. Use it in Southwestern, Asian, Italian, Mexican and even Indian or Greek foods. Unique dipping sauces, soups, salad dressings, appetizers and main course meals can all get an ethnic twist just by adding Red Gold Ketchup!
Be sure to visit our “Plus One” recipes section to get great ideas for simple and unique ways to use ketchup to take your recipes to the next level.