We love making homemade versions of store-bought favorites. The main benefit is eradicating the many preservatives and additives. Today we are sharing the copycat recipe for Heinz Ketchup.
Steve Owens is the creator behind this idea and he has tweaked and improved on the original recipe. He says if a bottle is costing you around $5, his version is about $1. That’s a huge saving, especially if your family pops sauce on everything!
Copycat Heinz Ketchup Ingredients
- 170g/6oz Tomato Paste
- 1/2 a cup of Hot Water
- Half Teaspoon of Onion Powder
- 2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
- 1/4 Teaspoon Mustard Powder
- one quarter Teaspoon Cinnamon
- 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
- Pinch of Clove
- Pinch of All Spice
- 3 Tablespoons of White Vinegar
Copycat Heinz Ketchup Video Tutorial
via Steve Owens
Are you ready to make Steve’s copycat Heinz Ketchup recipe? He’s on standby and will step you through the process.
We highly recommend that you view the video. This way you will achieve the best result. To see Steve in action, click Play above ^
Homemade Tomato Ketchup Instructions
via Steve Owens
This is so simple to make! Tip the contents of the tomato paste can into a bowl and then mix the onion powder with the hot water.
Next, add all the remaining ingredients into the hot water except the vinegar. Use the hot water to rinse out the tomato paste can and add to the bowl.
Add the vinegar to the mix and then stir through thoroughly.
Steve tends to pour the tomato ketchup into a ‘used’ ketchup bottle that has been washed and cleaned thoroughly and then store it in my pantry.
It takes a day or two for the full flavor to develop but this sauce can be used straight away. It will last many months in the pantry.