Mushroom Ketchup - MK-946

- Popular seasoning in the 18th century
- Can be used in soups, meat dishes or on finished dishes
- Imported from Great Britain

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You may have seen our YouTube video on how to make mushroom ketchup. Mushroom ketchup was a very popular condiment and cooking seasoning in the 18th century. Add it to soups and stews, or pour it over a finished dish or roasted meat. We were so impressed with how much Geo Watkins Mushroom sauce tastes just like the old recipes we’ve researched, that we decided to add it to our catalog. Comes in 190ml (6.4 oz) bottles. If you haven’t tried an authentic mushroom ketchup, you really need to try this! Allergy precautions: barley gluten. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Imported from Great Britain.

Ingredients list: Water, salt, spirit vinegar, hydrolysed vegetable protein(water, hydrolysed vegetable protein, salt, mushroom powder (3%) (concentrated mushroom juice, maltodextrin) barley malt extract, spices.

Nutrition information: Average Values per 100ml Energy 55kJ / 13 kcal Fat .02g of which saturates 0.0g Carbohydrate 1.1g of which sugars .01g Protien 1.3g Salt 13.3g

Customer Reviews (15)
fantastic sauce
this stuff goes with anything, esp home canned foods. as my nephew says 'it makes my tummy go yummy, yummy. that says it all. thanks for a great item Review by a fisher (Posted on 5/16/2018)
Off the shelf
This is great stuff. Thank goodness I can buy it off the shelf here in the U.K :) Review by Brokensword (Posted on 3/25/2018)
The bees knees!
I must say, JT has outdone himself yet again! My favorite topper to eggs/onion/spinach dish. A sauce fit for the Gawds, this delightful bottle holds the key to end the tasteless pallet you have so endured for millennia. Review by A Townsend Loyalist (Posted on 2/19/2018)
Not ketchup
I will jump into the fray here. This is great stuff but it is not a ketchup. My research, Meriam Webster, indicates that Ketchup a word taken form Malaysia is a puréed spiced condiment. First known use 1690. This a sauce like Worcestershire as others have said. You can and I do make a mushroom ketchup by following the Townsend YouTube video but instead of straining out the seasoned liquid, you purée the whole thing and bottle or can it. Now to correct, apple sauce. Which as you know it is really apple ketchup. I sense this is really hopeless. Anyway this is great stuff, sauce. Review by Peter (Posted on 1/13/2018)
Try it!
The taste was so familiar (the Worcestershire that is mentioned) but different enough to be exciting to experiment with. I've already had to order more for myself and family! Review by Jennifer (Posted on 1/10/2018)
Oh So Good
Somewhat similar in taste to Worcestershire sauce, but deeper, more savory, more complex. Great on just about everything. Enriches soups, enhances gravies, makes a ham or beef steak sing. Used sparingly, the 190ml bottle will last a good while - used like I use it, it won't last a week. I wish this came in a 5 gallon jug, but I probably couldn't afford it if it did. Review by Andy P. (Posted on 1/5/2018)
Mushroomy Awesomeness!
This stuff is really great! It's my new favorite sauce. I've tried it on many things and so far it's been good on all of them. I would describe it as sort of like Worcestershire sauce, only better! Why aren't they selling this stuff in every supermarket in the US?! People would love it Review by Daniel (Posted on 12/26/2017)
The mushroom ketchup is a must have in every kitchen, the taste is great with a different kind of flavor will definitely be buying it again. Well done Jon Review by Trapper (Posted on 12/23/2017)
need gluten free version
this looks amazing cant wait to try it, do you have a gluten free version? Review by daniel (Posted on 12/13/2017)
I watched the video on how it's made and didn't realize how much vinegar was added. Quite the surprise - it's very "vinegar-y." Indeed, my very undistinguished pallet can't really taste the mushroom over it.

However, it is really good on ham. I put some mushroom ketchup in a small bowl and dip the ham into it.
Review by Frank (Posted on 11/25/2017)
This is so tasty! I have tried it on several different things- chicken, potatoes, beef- and it adds a rich, savory flavor to everything. Especially good on steaks! Review by Wondercake (Posted on 9/29/2017)
Wonderful stuff!
Wow, I'm hooked. How could you not give this stuff five stars? It's so wonderful that townsend is bringing back old-time cooking. Tastes great, goodbye A1! Review by BushcraftPNW (Posted on 9/29/2017)
replaces BBQ sauce
I got this out of shear curiosity and I must say, it replaces any steak sauce in my house. this puts A1 to shame and now that I have a good sized cloth I'm gonna start making this. Review by Tea (Posted on 9/10/2017)
For the kitchen experimenter
Most people hear 'ketchup' and at one think of tomato ketchup, but the word itself means a sauce made from vegetables that are starting to go off. In the modern world we've almost lost that and just apply it to the ubiquitous red sauce.

This provides a subtle flavor to dishes. as another reviewer said, like Worcester (originally made from fish going off, notice a trend?) but not as aggressive.

My favorite use is for deviled kidneys but I'm happy to explore other colonial recipes to see how this subtle flavor works in.
Review by Graves (Posted on 8/30/2017)
I couldn't wait to try the mushroom ketchup, and definitely wasn't disappointed. It's reminiscent of Worcestershire sauce, but with an earthy flavor, from the mushrooms. Now, I just need more recipes to include this in! Review by Megan (Posted on 5/12/2017)
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