Ketchup Picante

This delicious, healthy homemade ketchup has a spicy kick of jalapeños.

400 g tinned chopped tomatos
200 g tube tomato purée
50 g raisins
1 teaspoon sea salt
100 g Apple Cider Vinegar
2 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon English Mustard
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
2 teaspoon medium curry powder
1 teaspoon cloves
1 teaspoon Chilli Flakes
50 g jalapeños
This is a variation on Ketchup that has a pleasant piquance. You can double the Jalapeños for a much spicier experience. The spices should be kept simple to allow the Jalapeños to shine through without complication. Apple Cider Vinegar promotes a softer round sweetness than other vinegars.
Add all ingredients to a heavy pan and simmer uncovered for 30 minutes or until approximately the thickness of mass produced ketchup. The ketchup will thicken a little more when cooled.
Purée with a stick blender until the raisins are no longer visible and to the desired consistency.
You may use the product once cool, but if you wish to extend shelf life to 3 months (1 year frozen) then, while still hot, place in a sous vide bag and pasteurise at 83 celsius for 30 minutes. Refrigerate or freeze unopened thereafter.

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