Would you try the Heinz ketchup caviar? It’s regular ketchup—with one unusual difference.
Have you ever wished you could find Heinz ketchup that’s sphere-shaped? Probably not—but Heinz is now making “ketchup caviar.” The spheres of ketchup are packed in a fancy-looking glass jar with a gold lid. It promises to be an “exquisite Valen-Heinz Day experience!”
How Can Fans Get Ketchup Caviar?
You’ll have to fight for a chance to get your hands on an elegant jar of the ketchup caviar. Heinz is making just 150 containers of it, Today reported. Fans could enter to win a jar by replying to this Heinz tweet with the hashtags #HeinzKetchupCaviar and #Sweeps.
America’s favorite ketchup presents America’s favorite caviar. Reply with #HeinzKetchupCaviar and #Sweeps for the chance to get your hands on one of 150 jars this Valen-HEINZ day. No purchase necessary. Rules linked in bio. pic.twitter.com/aa8NNebVk1
— Heinz Ketchup (@HeinzKetchup_US) January 24, 2019
Update: The contest is closed, so you might have to scour eBay to find one of the elusive 150 jars.
Even if you did get to enter the contest, regular ketchup is still probably a superior option. Because how would you eat a burger or hot dog topped with roly-poly ketchup spheres? You definitely can’t dip fries into a spoonful of ketchup caviar. It’s a fun promotion on Heinz’s part, but nothing can replace the tried-and-true form.
Prefer to make your own ketchup at home? To get fancy, you can try making a batch of flavored ketchup from scratch! Ketchup caviar has nothing on this cranberry ketchup recipe or this spicy ketchup recipe. These updated versions are fancy and functional, which is more than ketchup caviar can say for itself.
Make Some Fries to Serve With Your Ketchup
Yes, you do want fries with that—especially these crispy, golden fries, full of garlic flavor and just a little bit of heat. —Steve Westphal, Wind Lake, Wisconsin
This dish combines the hearty, spicy flavors of my beloved slow-cooker short ribs with my all-time favorite comfort food: fries and gravy. With a little prep in the morning, it’s just about ready when I come home from work (plus, the kitchen smells amazing!). If you are sensitive to spice, reduce the amount of Sriracha chili sauce. —Erin DeWitt, Long Beach, California
I roast these sweet potato fries when I want a fun and different side. The crispy Parmesan coating is the best. We like mustard, but they’re also great dipped in garlic aioli, barbecue sauce or even ketchup. —Amy Green, Carrollton, Texas
I can never get enough of this baked sweet potato fries recipe! Even though my grocery store sells them in the frozen foods section, I still love to pull them out of my garden and chop them up fresh! —Amber Massey, Argyle, Texas
I jazz up my fries with paprika and garlic powder. Something about the combination of spices packs a heck of a punch. Everyone loves them—we even enjoy the leftovers cold! —Heather Byers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
With fewer than five ingredients and in less than 30 minutes, you can whip up tasty homemade fries for an anytime side. —Pat Fredericks, Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Make any dinner fun with my Loaded Waffle Fries, topped with a savory blend of cheese, scallions and bacon. I copied this family-favorite recipe from a local restaurant, and it’s great with hot dogs, burgers or by itself. —Jeffrey Viccone, Decatur, Illinois
I recommend serving these wedges alongside a salad for a light lunch or serving them as a side dish with a chicken or beef entree. —Beth Ask, Ulster, Pennsylvania
My family is all about chili fries, but restaurant versions pile on the calories. For a healthier approach, bake them and serve with green onions and avocado. —Beverly Nowling, Bristol, Florida
I’m a small-business owner, so most of my recipes are a result of not having time to run to the store, and doing with what’s on hand. Here’s a perfect example. Dip these wedges in anything. —Dana Alexander, Lebanon, Missouri
A local restaurant got me hooked on sweet potato fries. I started making them at home with different seasonings to match the taste. I’m thrilled with the results! —Jackie Gregston, Hallsville, Texas
Better than french fries, these tasty potatoes have just the right touch of garlic and Parmesan cheese. This is the only way my daughter will eat sweet potatoes, and she loves ’em!. —Marie Nicolau Schumacher, Larchmont, New York
Sweet potatoes roasted with curry and smoked paprika delight everybody at our table. The mango chutney makes a tangy dip. —Simi Jois, Streamwood, Illinois
This is a very popular dish at restaurants in central Pennsylvania. Prepared sweet-and-sour dressing is good on this salad, too. —Nancy Collins, Clearfield, Pennsylvania
This is one of those dishes that sounds so wrong but tastes so right! Trust me—barbecue chicken leftovers are fantastic with the fries. We like it with lettuce, tomato and pickle, but you can add almost any toppings you like. —Janet Telleen, Russell, Iowa
I taught my nieces to make these easy, cheesy oven-baked potatoes. When the whole family comes over, we triple the recipe—and have no leftovers. —Ann Brown, Niles, MI