Ba­nana ketchup?

BBC Good Food - - News & Trends -

HAVE YOU TRIED... Here at Good Food HQ, we’re al­ways try­ing weird and won­der­ful new food prod­ucts, un­usual drinks and in­ter­est­ing sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents. This month, we shine the spot­light on a unique condi­ment…

What is it?

A sweet-savoury ketchup made from bananas, vine­gar, chilli, gin­ger & turmeric.

Bananas in a ketchup?! Who’s be­hind this sor­cery?

Ru­bies in the Rub­ble, a gourmet condi­ment com­pany that uses fruit & veg that would other­wise be wasted. In this bot­tle alone, two bananas are saved (a whop­ping 1.5 mil­lion bananas are dis­carded every day in the UK).

That’s all well and good, but how does it taste?

Un­sur­pris­ingly, it tastes a lot like bananas! It’s sweet and fruity, but bal­anced by the sharp vine­gar and fiery hints of gin­ger and chilli.

So how would I use it?

Our ex­perts reckon the sweet Caribbean flavours in this ketchup would be great with spicy jerk chicken or pork, in a ba­con sarnie, or as a dip for sweet potato fries. Sounds great. Where can I buy it? From ru­biesintherub­ble.com or ocado.com, £3.50 per bot­tle.

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