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Casablanca Spicy Ketchup C

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Our Casablanca Spicy Ketchup Mix reflects centuries of Moroccan cooking, but those flavors are used in a whole new way.  It's a delicious new flavor for shrimp cocktail sauce and glazing appetizer meatballs.

Traditional Moroccan flavors of cinnamon, cumin and cayenne used for seasoning tagines (stews cooked in clay pots called tagines) are largely unchanged from the Berbers earliest history in North Africa.   These ancient flavors combined with current American food favorites make for a great fusion.  Just combine our Casablanca Dip Mix with 2 cups of Heinz® ketchup and you have a totally unique flavor for Casablanca Glazed Meatballs (pictured) or cocktail sauce for Casablanca Shrimp Cocktail (pictured).  Both are excellent Christmas appetizers, and easy to make.  See RECIPES for glazed meatballs directions. 

Use this spicy ketchup any of the ways you ordinarily use ketchup, like for dipping fries (pictured with sweet potato fries).


Mixed with Apple Butter or Pumpkin Butter:  Mix with apple butter or pumpkin butter for amazing new flavors.  Use it as a glaze for Casablanca Glazed Pork Roast (pictured) or chicken.  It’s a spread for Casablanca Roast Pork Canapés (pictured - kick these up with a slice of white cheese), and a dipping sauce for chunks of warm roast pork loin (pictured).  Both are great choices for sophisticated Christmas party appetizers.

Cheese Ball or Spread:   Use for Casablanca Chicken Cheese Ball (pictured) or Spread (pictured).  Add cooked chicken and minced dried fruit like apricots or dates to the cheese ball or spread (pictured) for a more traditional Moroccan flavor profile.  See labels for complete directions.  Your holiday party guests will love the original flavors and ingredients.

Add a nice crunch and even more layers of flavor by serving the cheese ball, spread and chunks of pork loin with the Roasted Sweet Onion flavored Trisket® Brown Rice baked with Sweet Potato crackers. 

See CASABLANCA DIP MIX for more information.

Makes about 2 cups.

No salt, sugar, preservatives or artificial colors added.

Ingredients:  Granulated garlic, spices, cayenne pepper, sugar.

Allergen Info:  Some ingredients packaged on equipment that also packages peanuts and tree nuts.