Once a year, there comes a day when the tomayto vs. tomatho debate is silenced. A day when perfectly grilled hot dogs are adequately topped and crinkle cut fries are never naked. Once a year, Americans cast their differences aside to honor thy tomato and celebrate a classic condiment. This National Ketchup Day, relish in the beauty of seasoned and spiced red-ripe tomatoes. Spread it on thick with a variety of flavored ketchup mix-ins. Today, keep calm and ketchup on.
4 tbsp curry powder + 1 cup ketchup
Curry powder’s blend of South Asian spices mixed with ketchup will change the way you eat sweet potato fries forever.
4 tsp Sriracha + 1 cup ketchup
That bottle of Sriracha and ketchup have been sitting next to each other in your fridge for a while now, it’s about time you brought them together.
4 tbsp balsamic vinegar + 1 cup ketchup
This ketchup flavor combo proves that Balsamic Vinegar isn’t just for salads.
1 tsp ground chipotle chile powder + 2 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder + 2 tsp fresh lime juice + 1 cup ketchup
Making traditional Mole Poblano sauce from scratch is an all-day affair, taking up to 6 hours to complete! Since most of us don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen making this rich, creamy and complex chili sauce we’ve decided to borrow from the traditional for this Mole Ketchup.
4 tsp hoisin sauce + 1 cup ketchup
Hoisin sauce is a thick, dark sauce with a consistency similar to BBQ sauce. Mixed with ketchup, Hoisin’s Asian flavor profile of soy, garlic, red chilies and vinegar creates a tangy and salty flavor profile that pairs well on grilled meats like hot dogs, hamburgers and ribs.
2 tbsp pineapple preserves + 2 tsp soy sauce + 1 cup ketchup
Looking for a rational explanation for keeping those extra soy sauce packets from last week’s Chinese takeout? This simple Sweet and Sour ketchup’s got you covered.
2 tbsp prepared basil pesto + 1 cup ketchup
Pour some Basil Ketchup onto your fries, sprinkle them with a handful of freshly grated Parmesan cheese and pretend you’re in Italy.
2 tbsp mango chutney + 1 cup ketchup
The fruitiness of this ketchup flavor really mixes things up.
2 tbsp ranch dressing + 1 cup ketchup
Just trust us on this one.
1/4 cup honey + 4 tsp cayenne pepper sauce + 1 cup ketchup
These pantry staples blend together to create a Hot Honey Ketchup that’s great for dipping chicken tenders in.
2 tsp prepared horseradish + 2 tsp white vinegar + 1 cup ketchup
We heard you were looking for something to do with that bottle of horseradish you haven’t used since St. Patrick’s Day. So we created this new ketchup flavor for you.
2 tbsp dill pickle relish + 1/4 cup mayonnaise + 1 cup ketchup
What’s the point in putting each of these condiments on your hot dog separately when you can just mix them all together for a new ketchup flavor?