Well… This doesn’t quite taste like your run-of-the mill store bought ketchup, but it worked well enough for baking. Tasting it after it was made, it was a little heavy on the vinegar or the cumin or both. I will update when I make it again what I changed.
We had been using a scone recipe that made really dense, dry scones and I decided to try something else. This is a recipe that I adapted from http://www.joyofbaking.com/SconesBlueberryStreusel.html and turned out very well with the blueberries, but kinda flat with strawberries. I used the Flour Calculator to replace the all purpose flour with flours that we can eat, and with the possibility of an allergy to corn I made my own baking powder (does not have corn starch like the store bought stuff). Butter was replaced with Earth Balance-soy free and I replaced the 1 egg with Ener-g egg replacer. I did not make the streusel topping yet, but it looks good. Continue reading