Curry ketchup

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Curry ketchup
Frituur fries frikandel mayo curry ketchup (cropped).jpg
Fries and a frikandel from a frituur. The sauces on the fries are mayonnaise (white, foreground) and curry ketchup (red-orange, behind)
Type Curry
Main ingredients Tomato paste, curry powder
Cookbook:Curry ketchup  Curry ketchup

Curry ketchup is a spiced variant on ketchup and a common sauce in Belgium, Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands.

It is typically served on prepared meats such as frikandel, or on French fries.[1] In Germany, it is the basis of the dish currywurst, one of the most popular in the country. Typically with currywurst, additional curry powder is sprinkled on top of the curry ketchup.

Major brands producing curry ketchup include Zeisner,[2] Heinz, Hela and Knorr.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Emily Ho (June 17, 2009). "Ketchup With a Kick: Add Curry Powder!". Retrieved April 20, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Curry Ketchup | Zeisner" (in Dutch). Zeisner.be. Retrieved 2012-11-20.