Take Fries To The “Next Level” With Homemade Cannabis Ketchup

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Homemade Cannabis Ketchup

Author: KC Scannell
Course Snack
Keyword Cannabis, Fries, How to, Ketchup, Marijuana, THC

Ingredients

Here is a quick list of things you will need to grab in order to whip up your very own batch of THC-infused ketchup:

  • 1 large can pre-crushed tomatoes (roughly 28 oz.)
  • 4 finely chopped and crushed garlic cloves
  • 4 tablespoons tomato paste
  • 2 tablespoons curry powder
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 1 diced Spanish onion
  • 1 teaspoon ground mustard
  • 1 tablespoon Kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon allspice
  • 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

And finally…

  • 4 tablespoons THC honey you just brilliantly made by yourself
“Munchies” are one of the more enjoyable effects of partaking in marijuana. An increase in appetite and boost in salivary satisfaction are multiplied exponentially when experiencing the relieving, pleasurable effects of cannabis. While there is a litany of custom snack options that enthusiasts munch on regularly, fast food is probably one of the most beloved “go-tos” when it comes to grabbing a bite after a solid smoke session.
Impress Your Friends With This Killer Cannabis Ketchup
More specifically, french fries. There is something about grabbing a hearty handful of spud strings to help quench the grumbly stomach of a stoner that really hits the spot. That salty bite of potato is taken to the next-level with the addition of everybody’s favorite condiment: ketchup.
What if I were to tell you that there was a way to keep that high going – all while scarfing down some ketchup-covered fries? I hope you are sitting down, because that is exactly what I am about to tell you! This amazingly simple recipe will have you and your stoner buddies whipping up a batch of cannabis-infused ketchup in no time!
Before we can even think about making some dank cannabis ketchup, we first have to make a small batch of THC-infused honey real quick – because that will serve as the main active ingredient in the ketchup. No worries, party people – making cannabis honey is easier than you might think.
The first thing that needs to be done in this process is the decarboxylating of the cannabis that we plan to use in this recipe. ‘Decarboxylating’ is the unique process in which the non-psychoactive THCa component of marijuana is transformed into the more uplifting, psychoactive THC element that we all know and love.
If we didn’t “decarb” the weed, our batch of goodies would likely be ineffective and completely powerless. Let’s face it, nobody wants a bunk batch of THC edibles. Here is a super simple breakdown of the decarbing process needed to make this cannabis-enriched honey that we will use for our ketchup recipe.
And that is that! Congratulations, you have just made weed honey! How does it feel? I bet it feels pretty good, huh? What is even more awesome about this recipe is that you don’t necessarily need the best weed to make a potent batch. You just need a lot of finesse and diligence in order to pull off a powerful army of edibles. A little know-how goes a long way with these sort of culinary skills – that is for sure.
You should feel free to put this honey on any food you would like. The potency stays for roughly a couple months, so there is no urgent need to plow through this delicious cannabis delight – but be sure to keep it in a dark, cool area.
Now that we have our weed honey made, it is time to get cracking on our cannabis ketchup.
Boom – that is it!
You have successfully created an amazing batch of cannabis-infused ketchup! Before slathering the majority of this creation on your fries or burger, be sure to take a test dosage first. Put a tablespoon or so on some fries and see how it feels. Depending on the strength, you can gauge the dosage best through this mini-test – and it is always a fun way to see how successful the cook actually was.
At this point, if all of the instructions were followed correctly, you not only have a nice batch of potent ketchup for all of your snacking needs, but you also have a decent amount of cannabis honey left over too! This is, essentially, a two-for-one recipe that is easy enough for even the most culinarily challenged cannabis enthusiast to nail with the utmost simplicity.
Want to be an absolute legend at the next BBQ? Think those boring oven fries could use a little “pick me up” every now and then? Then this cannabis-infused ketchup is the product to whip up and have on the ready. I am sure every single marijuana enthusiast out there would love to have a trusty bottle of THC-infused ketchup in their pantry. I know I certainly do. Which is why I plan on making even more of this potent condiment as soon as possible. It really is that damn good!

Instructions

Here is a super simple breakdown of the decarbing process needed to make this cannabis-enriched honey that we will use for our ketchup recipe.

  • Preheat that oven of yours to about 245°.
  • Scatter some desired buds and nugs onto a non-stick (oven-safe) tray, and cover those little morsels of marijuana with some parchment paper.
  • Toss that tray into your waiting oven for about 35 minutes or so. The freshness of the buds come into play here. If it’s fresh, it will need more time. If it is a bit on the older side of things, it won’t need nearly as long.
  • Be sure to give that tray a nice shake every few minutes or so to make sure every side of the buds are getting the necessary amount of heat.
  • Now, grab a double-boiler and start to mix the newly decarbed cannabis in with some honey – be sure to maintain a very low heat on the burner.
  • You are going to want to take a very “low and slow” approach, and let this mixture simmer for almost an hour. Be aware to never boil the liquid – as that would render everything useless.
  • Grab some cheesecloth and a jar to store this mixture in, as the honey cools. Once the THC-infused honey has released some of its heat, pour the sticky cannabis-enriched substance into the jar, through the cheesecloth. This serves as a filter, removing any unwanted plant aftertaste and chunks from the final mixture.

THC-infused ketchup instructions:

  • Once you have all that assembled and ready to go, the rest of the process is surprisingly simple. The very first thing you are going to want to do is toss all the onion, oil, garlic, and salt into a pot and let them cook for about five minutes over medium heat. Keep that going until those contents become translucent in the pot.
  • At this point in the process is when you are going to grab that tomato paste to add into the mix. Keep stirring this, as it cooks for the next few minutes. After that, find all of those spices and toss those into the mixture. Let these fragrant accents cook for about another five minutes or so – then add in that super-crucial apple cider vinegar.
  • Upon doing that, make sure to bring the heat to a “low” level. You are going to need it at this temperature before adding the crushed tomatoes and brown sugar in. Let those wonderful flavors mix and mingle with one another, as it cooks for 25-30 minutes. Don’t forget to keep stirring this cannabis concoction every couple of minutes throughout the process.
  • Lastly, grab that homemade THC honey you made earlier and add that to the mix. Once that is in there, take the whole thing off of the stove altogether for five or so minutes. After that, it is time to dump those contents into a blender, and whip it up until it is a nice, smooth, spreadable texture.
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