Tomato Ketchup and Passata

a delicious tomato ketchup and passatta online workshop at Rosie's Preserving School UK
Tomato Ketchup - it could be one of your five-a-day! Don't expect this to taste or look the same as the leading brand - it has many more natural ingredients and the natural colour of tomatoes doesn't produce a dark red uniform colour. If you are adding a handful or two of Basil it will actually turn the sauce a brown colour - green and red make brown - but it does taste amazing

Children seem to love it once they get used to the fact that it isn't their usual brand and you will know that it only has natural ingredients and maybe a lot of things that you have grown yourself. Be sure to make plenty as you will like it, al lot

Resist the temptation to add too much chilli - the sauce needs to be sweet and fruity

We will also look at making your own passatta easily and quickly, you will never need buy it again

Our Workshops are friendly, no experience of cooking or preserving is necessary and we try to use everyday, familiar equipment. You can cook along with the Live Workshop or use the recording which will be place in The Library of the School soon after the Workshop finishes

So, take advantage of the block booking discounts to access all of the Season's Workshops with the security of knowing you won't miss anything.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our preserving family

Rosie x

Duration: 61 minutes

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Tomato Ketchup  

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I've thoroughly enjoyed your workshops over the last year and have learnt so much about preserving - there's a whole world out there, not just jams! Your warm and friendly approach is greatly appreciated, and you answer all our questions with endless patience. Thanks for giving me the confidence to experiment - as you say, what could go wrong?!

- Tracey, Suffolk