Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe joins together two of my favourite ketchup ingredients - tomato and tomato.


  1. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients together.
  2. Store refrigerated in a covered jar.
  3. This low-sodium ketchup will last for several weeks.
Most Helpful

4 5

Yum! I've been trying to avoid high fructose corn syrup, so most ketchups are off my list. Organic ketchups are too sweet. 'Zaar to the rescue! This recipe is easy and tasty. I saved a ketchup squeeze-bottle and used a funnel to "pour" (with some assistance) Fusion Ketchup into. The thickness and texture are perfect! Next time around, I'll probably add a bit (1/4 tsp to start) of horseradish to give it a little bit of zip.

4 5

I absolutely ADORE ketchup. So when I found out I was out this morning, I was pretty upset. I made this up and it was great! So close to premade! I used white vinegar. Also, since I didn't have tomato sauce, so I just used a can of tomato soup! It turned out wonderfully.

5 5

You saved me from a tragedy!!! I was making my boys pigs in a blanket, and I came to the shocking realization that I was...OUT OF KETCHUP!!! I hurried on to 'Zaar and found this concoction. I threw it together as directed, except I used cider vinegar and thyme (I'm out of Oregano too!). I also had to use regular tomato sauce and paste. What a life saver! Tastes like the real thing! Thanks again Miller, you saved dinner at my house!