Not only do I enjoy regularly offering prizes to you lovely readers, but I like to enter competitions myself too. And earlier this year, I won the Sarah Flower’s Sugar Free Cookbook along with a bottle of Real Good Ketchup and a packet of Liquid Stevia from Modern Nature.
My youngest son is very keen on ketchup, so this was a particularly welcome prize, since ketchup is frequently on my shopping list. But bizarrely, he won’t eat fresh tomatoes. He used to eat them if they were an orange coloured variety, however now it is none. Similarly he isn’t a big fan of traditional tomato pasta sauces, if you can see pieces of tomato in them, so I tend to experiment using ketchup in recipes instead. However I have always been concerned with the high sugar content in ketchup.
Not so with Real Good Ketchup which contains no added refined sugar and 70% less sugars and 70% less salt than other regular branded ketchups. It also has no artificial flavourings or preservatives. A winner in the 2017 Free From Awards.
So here is my meat loaf recipe, using Real Good Ketchup.
Ingredients (serves 4)
100g stale bread
3 tbsp Real Good tomato ketchup
500g turkey mince
salt and pepper
Preheat fan oven to 180 deg C.
Tear the bread into pieces and put in blender.
Whizz into breadcrumbs.
Crack the egg into a jug and beat.
Add turkey mince, ketchup and breadcrumbs to the jug.
Mix together and season with salt and pepper.
Place mixture into greased loaf tin.
Cook for 40 minutes in centre of pre-heated oven.
Cut into slices.
Serve with your choice of vegetables and gravy if desired.
And of course son2 took pole position in testing Real Good Ketchup on other foods. His verdict was that it tastes just as good as other ketchup. What a great result as he is an incredibly fussy eater. There are so many basic products he won’t touch like cheese and rice, meaning that I frequently have to cook a separate meal for him to what the rest of the family are eating.
Real Good Ketchup is available in selected Morrisons Stores, Co-op, Ocado, Amazon, Wholefoods Market and selected health food stores. Currently retailing at £1.99 for 315g bottle. You can Find Local Retail stores here http://realgoodketchup.com/find-your-local-store/. I shall certainly be looking to find this on my next visit to our local Co-op.
Plus I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway 2 bottles of Real Good Ketchup to 1 lucky winner.
a Rafflecopter giveaway – Please click on the link to enter.
And you may see my other giveaways here.
I’d love to hear your ideas for a recipe using Real Good Ketchup. And I’m looking forward to trying the new BBQ flavour ketchup in the near future.
Disclosure. This post mentions products that I won. All opinions are my own.