|One large classic and one large spiced plus one miniature of each so that I could take them to restaurants with me!|
It was so good! My mother and I both wanted more fries to dip in more ketchup, but I made us resist. The spiced ketchup tasted like a cross between ketchup and salsa but with a texture and consistency that's much better than salsa for fry dipping. It's also a mild to medium level of spicy, which should be enjoyable for almost everyone.
It tasted good, but it was a little too ketchup-y tasting to really replace salsa so directly.
As you can perhaps tell from the remaining amounts, I do enjoy the spiced ketchup much more than the classic. The classic is good ketchup though. The better quality and ingredients comes through in every bite. I could put this on all kinds of stuff. In fact once I finished my fries I started looking through the fridge, the pantry and the freezer for more things to dip in the remainder of the ketchup. Eventually I settled on just scooping it into my mouth with a fork.
The next day I was back for more.
|Chicken burger with honey goat cheese (love that stuff) and spiced ketchup (plus some Thai green chile green beans)|
|I've been trying to use up all the food in my home, so I had my chicken burger on a bagel top and a miniature waffle.|
I'm sure there'll be more adventures to come! Verdict: I guess I'm a convert to this one brand of ketchup.