Catsup is also known as ketchup or, in the United States, catchup. The name probably originates from the Chinese ke-tsiap, meaning a fish brine. It is a table sauce, originally British, in which one flavour predominates – tomato, mushroom, and so on. It is made by extracting the juice of the main ingredient, boiling it to a high concentration, and seasoning it strongly. Catsup may be used by itself as a condiment, as an ingredient to flavour soups and stews, or to form the basis

of other sauces.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus