3 February 2020

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe

AD - paid partnership with Schwartz, who have sent me their BBQ seasoning for review, but all views are my own. 

One of my mini New Years Resolutions this year along with my big ones was to do more baking and cooking as I'd done hardly any last year. I find it so therapeutic so I was determined to get back into the routine of doing it more regularly. I used to do recipes on this blog, and I'm hoping that by being more motivated to do more recipe posts, I'll get back into cooking and baking more. 

It seemed like perfect timing when an email landed in my inbox from Schwartz, a brand whose seasonings I've used a lot of in the past in my dishes, asking if I wanted to work with them. I'm super excited to be working with a brand my family have loved for years, and it got my creative juices flowing when I sat down to figure out how to use their Classic BBQ Seasoning in a recipe. 

You can obviously use Schwartz's seasonings to marinate meats like chicken or pork, but as I'm not the world's biggest meat eater, I wanted to try something a bit different. 

I'm a huge fan of making your own sauces and dips to reduce the amount of packaging you buy from shop-bought ones, as well as experimenting with different herbs and spices in them, so I thought I'd take the classic tomato ketchup, and spice it up a bit!

Keep on reading for my easy homemade BBQ ketchup recipe!
Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe


500g tomato passata
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
2 tsp maple syrup or honey (the healthier option to refined sugar)
2 tsp Schwartz Classic BBQ Seasoning (add more if needed)

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe


1. Add all the ingredients into a frying pan on a low/medium heat and allow to cook for 10 mins. 

2. After the sauce has thickened, pop into a blender and whiz until smooth. 

3. If the consistency is too thick, then add a small amount of water until it's at the consistency you like. 

4. Allow the sauce to cool completely before serving.

And that's it! A super easy recipe that you can make in batches and store in the fridge for about a month. 

Easy BBQ Ketchup Recipe


I really hoped you enjoyed this recipe, and a huge thank you to Schwartz for collaborating with me on this post!

Let me know if you end up making this, and if you'd like to see more recipes now I'm getting back into baking and cooking again.


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