How to make hollandaise sauce video - Easy recipe in a blender
How to make hollandaise sauce video – Easy recipe in a blender
March 3, 2024
Tomato sauce
Tomato sauce
March 3, 2024

Make Better Banana Ketchup At Home from Scratch

March 3, 2024

Make Better Banana Ketchup At Home from Scratch

March 3, 2024

Make Better Banana Ketchup At Home from Scratch

Banana ketchup lovers have found our video!

Welcome and get ready to switch out your store-bought banana ketchup for this homemade recipe.

Alhariri Group banner ads 4

Follow Chef John Rivera!
Instagram:

—————————

Ingredients:
260gm red or white onion, peeled & finely sliced (approx. 3 medium sized onions)
25gm garlic, peeled & finely sliced (approx. 8 or 9 cloves)
80gm ginger, peeled & finely sliced (approx. 2 x 6cm knobs)
100gm jalapeño chilli, finely sliced (approx 4-5 chillies)
180gm vegetable or any neutral cooking oil (approx 3/4 cup)
200gm tomato paste (approx. 1 cup)
3/4 tsp turmeric powder
1+1/2 tsp smoked paprika
3/4 tsp allspice powder
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1kg very ripe bananas, peeled
400gm coconut vinegar (approx 2 cups…. in the video I use banana peel vinegar)
675gm palm or brown sugar (approx. 3+1/3 cups)
200gm light soy sauce (approx. 3/4 cup)
75gm fish sauce (approx 1/4 cup)
5gm salt (or to taste)

—————————

We are looking for collaborators, content producers, brands, and anyone who has a story to tell. Email us at hello@thefatkidinside.com

The Fat Kid Inside Studios

Erwan Heussaff – Founder
Kashka Gaddi – Content Producer
Eamonn Quizon – Cinematographer
Edel Cayetano – Story Producer
Julius Rivera – Videographer
Steven Sune – Editor
Lorraine Santos – Editor
Dana Blaze – Editor
Dustin Dagamac – Content Creator
Trist Bagano – Content Manager
Chester Velasco – Production Assistant
Sofia Paderes – Graphic Designer
Roanne Salvacion – Accountant

Social Media:

Any Questions? Contact Us

Video Duration: 00:08:04

Subscribe to Channel:

This video by FEATR was liked: 4664 times

If you like this video by FEATR, please support their CHANNEL by clicking on the SOURCE link below and Subscribe.

SOURCE

If you no longer want us to premier your channel, and want us to remove your video and not feature your channel anymore, please contact us.

Video Post Disclaimer:

The information contained in the video represents the views and opinions of the original creators of such Video Content or post, and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Sezmak Process.  The was made available for informational and educational purposes only. Sezmak Process does not make any representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness, or completeness of the Video or Post Content. Sezmak Process does not warrant the performance, effectiveness or applicability of any sites listed or linked to in any Video Content or Post.

Copyright Issue:

If you find any of your copyrighted material in this post or video, please contact us, so we can resolve the issue.

© All rights reserved by respective owners.

Alhariri Group banner ads 5

23 Comments

  1. I need a banana ketchup in a recipe and I never even heard of this until today. That's why I'm here.

  2. Never be too shy to introduce your culture especially in Australia I have just subscribed besides America is kicking our arse in cultural diversity – it's quite embarrassing and what could be more enticing than Filipino cuisine. I have tried it once at my mentor's house.

    There really needs to be restaurants. I think people are bored with the usual new is always exciting. See what's common place to you is new and exotic to everybody else. See I know a Malaysian restaurant in the city I was thinking of taking over.

    They thought the same way you guys did but eventually need to expand because they got too busy but because there's no Malaysian restaurants around they're always crushing it. It doesn't hurt that they good at what they do but all the Malaysian restaurants I see in the city is pretty packed but clearly judging by your cooking you know what you're doing.

    When you have great Filipino friends you wanna know what they're made of and you are what you eat. I've never seen a Filipino restaurant you really should start one. As people go out for what they can't cook at home or too lazy & who's familiar with Filipino cuisine any howe in Australia?

  3. "Patis makes the world go round" ❤️

  4. That is not banana ketchup. There's only few ingredients for banana ketchup.
    I don't know what you made😅

  5. Anybody remembers MAFRAN brand? I am from that era..😅😅

  6. I'm confused. This recipe has a cup of Tomato Paste. Wasn't the whole point of Banana Ketchup that Tomatoes weren't available?

    Don't confuse the question with criticism. I enjoyed the video quite much.

  7. @ElJosher says:

    What you mention about looking towards other cusines when eating out is the same thing in other countries. People wanna eat something different than what they already know how to do. But I do understand what you mean. We basically have stagnated the evolution of local cuisine in favor of having foreign cuisines in order to satisfy our need for more and new flavor experiences.

  8. its good but when i saw a lot of sugar …😂makes me 😂

  9. @lacroix6406 says:

    My grandmother lived in the Philippines in the 60s. I wish she was alive to ask her more but she said out of all the places she's been in the world, Cuba and the Philippines had the most interesting dishes.

  10. I want to try it but it seems so insanely sweet

  11. @jinroh516 says:

    “pakyu ka din ah”

    – Sodium Benzoate

  12. @uhrrtax says:

    I have just returned from a two week engine overhaul on a container vessel where most of the crew were guys from Philippines.
    I fell in love with banana sauce. I just had to search for "how to make one at home" because you can't really get that stuff in Poland, and I fell in love 😂.
    Going to make it today

  13. … banana ketchup, smells like the real thing. Till you take a bite.🤮. My buddy marryed a girl from the Philippines. He moved there. She made a large dinner. Used banana ketchup. I did not know. I filled my plate high. Took a bite all most got sick.
    What was bad is the Custom. Clean you plate or you insult the cook. 🙄 I had to eat all of it. Cleaned my plate.. then slowly, excuse my self. Said I was going to go buy some balute ( chicken eggs half grown still in the shell but the chick is in it. They bury them under ground to rot for 6 months. )
    I walked a block, ground a spot…and up Chuck, the dinner. 😂😂😂, I now always take a small spoon full. Till I know what it is.😅😅😅

  14. Hi, may I ask what the shelf life of this is?

  15. @mkme2358 says:

    I couldn't find allspice in Manila tho lol

  16. Oooohhhhh that’s just absolutely beautiful!!! 💗💗💗
    I believe Filipino food is one of my favorite Asian cuisines…I’m SSSOOOO happy I discovered your page when I was specifically looking for a recipe for banana ketchup! Thank you for sharing your culture with us!!! Much love and appreciation!!!

  17. @sheachai says:

    Lemons instead of vinegar is ok??

  18. @meco4068 says:

    What the heck? I watched an Filipino eggplant egg short that mentioned banana ketchup which I've never heard of, and now banana peel vinegar! Today is a day of firsts. I don't even like 🍌 or ketchup, but…very interesting!

  19. I just learned of this. How intriguing.

  20. @yadirv4761 says:

    I never heard about banana ketchup but count me in 😊 to me sound delicious.🇵🇷

  21. @POOKATKC says:

    How bout apple cider vinegar?

  22. @amom2go101 says:

    Is there something you can use in place of tomato paste because that has super inflammatory properties for me?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

See also