This spicy ketchup from Maya Kaimal introduces a piquant twist to the all-American condiment.
Originally, ketchup took the form of a fermented sauce from Asia by the name of "kecap." This sweet and spicy sauce from Maya Kaimal takes inspiration from ketchup's Indian roots with notes of brown sugar, chilies and toasted cumin. Naturally, tomato paste is also a main ingredient, but it is blended with a variety of exotic ingredients that are not typically found in American bottles of ketchup.
Maya Kaimal suggests serving this spicy condiment with everything from burgers and sausages to eggs and meatloaf, or as a shrimp cocktail sauce dip. This spicy ketchup condiment offers an easy way for consumers to enhance a variety of dishes with globally inspired flavor.
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