Ketchup

The name ketchup (or catsup) is derived from the Malaysian kechop which means the brine from pickled fish. The ketchup commonly used in Britain and America, however, has nothing to do with pickled fish. It is a condiment, usually made from tomatoes or mushrooms, widely used to flavour all types of food, including sausages, pies, and fish and chips.

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