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14 Copycat Condiment Recipes | Homemade Ketchup, Mustard, Mayo & More! ctm magazine

Hello Food Wishers! Chef John’s Corporate Overlords here with 14 ways to make some of your favorite condiments at home! Should you make your own Homemade Ketchup? Probably not, but curiosity killed the cat, so Chef John will show you how to make it taste like a certain famous brand! Make homemade Sriracha, Dijon-style Mustard, Homemade Mayonnaise, and more with Chef John’s foolproof methods. Whether you want to make Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce or your own Blue Cheese Dressing to go with it, Chef John has the perfect copycat condiment recipe for you!

Homemade Ketchup That Tastes Like a Famous Brand:

How to Make Dijon-Style Mustard:

All-American Barbecue Sauce:


Honey Mustard Sauce:

Chef John’s Ultimate Ranch Dressing:

Homemade Mayonnaise:

Real Aioli:

Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa:

Homemade Sour Cream:

Thai-Style Sweet Chili Sauce:

Blue Cheese Dressing:

Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce:

Prepared “Hot” Horseradish:

00:00:00 Copycat Ketchup
00:04:59 How to Make Dijon-Style Mustard
00:11:19 All-American Barbecue Sauce
00:15:31 Sriracha
00:21:27 Honey Mustard Sauce
00:22:49 Chef John’s Ultimate Ranch Dressing
00:26:49 Homemade Mayonnaise
00:30:13 Real Aioli
00:37:09 Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa
00:42:55 Homemade Sour Cream
00:46:28 Thai-Style Sweet Chili Sauce
00:53:24 Blue Cheese Dressing
00:57:58 Buffalo Chicken Wing Sauce
01:00:19 Prepared “Hot” Horseradish



  • The viewer on April 24, 2022

    all the measurements are critical straight up neglects informing us…It's an hour long man time does not matter 😂😂😐

  • Shelby Beauchamp on April 24, 2022

    I literally just stirred the creme fraiche I've been making for the past two days. Yum

  • Phyllis Mosley on April 24, 2022

    I’ve been making my own ketchup for quite a while…and I don’t even like ketchup.😵‍💫. But my family goes through ketchup like crazy and it gets expensive. But I use tomato sauce and simmer on low heat to reduce. No straining out solids. Very easy.

  • Rori Morgan T. Williams on April 24, 2022

    I have a question. I am badly allergic to anything corn based. What can be used as a substitute?

  • Patty Williams on April 24, 2022

    “Graters are gonna grate” is just one of the kinds puns that Chef John brings to his already awesome videos. He cracks me up while I learn some really nifty recipes. Thank you so much for sharing and keeping me entertained! 😆🤣😂

  • Laurie Seto on April 24, 2022

    .. Cheers to you ..

  • Rashaun Jones on April 24, 2022

    Always wanted to learn how to do these

  • 99zanne on April 24, 2022

    I add Wooster and black pepper to my mayo always – and sometimes all kinds of different herbs depending upon what I’m using it for. I love this method and the taste is so much better than any store bought I ever had. TFS.

  • Madison Brilliott on April 24, 2022

    If I can home make something I will, even if its deemed insane and boarderline massochistic.

  • nicholas benoit on April 24, 2022

    This voice is SOOO annoying

  • Paul Wagner on April 24, 2022

    Hey all you Food Wishers out there! If you love Chef John as much as I do, become a member! Chef posts exclusive videos, and twice a week he hosts a live chat to talk about the previous day's recipe. We're a fun community and we'd love to have new friends to chat with! Note: I am not being paid by the Corporate Overlords to pimp memberships. It's just THAT awesome of a community.

  • J. Gregory on April 24, 2022

    what a waste of time.

  • Edward Be5 on April 24, 2022

    The commercial barbecue sauce I use is a blend of Cattlemen's 70% and KC 30%. KC is a little to sweet for me and the Cattlemen's is a bit too sour.

  • Paul Wagner on April 24, 2022

    My favorite recipe of this compilation is the aioli recipe. Garlic, oil, a bit of salt, a bit of lemon. So pure.

  • Angel Bear on April 24, 2022

    I make ketchup in about 1–2 minutes. One a small jar of tomato paste (if you think it tastes good in other things it will taste good here; better yet, make it from toms you grow in your own garden [my goal]) and scrape it out into a bowl. Add salt, onion powder (quite a bit), some garlic powder, ground clove (allspice will do in a pinch), and a bit of maple syrup — and any of the other ingredients you would like, though I recommend staying away from processed sugar at all costs — all to your taste preference. I don't usually put vinegar in mine, but you can (again to taste). I suspect a little FRESHly grated nutmeg would also be amazing. Mix well and scrape it back into the jar for storage. Personally, I can't stand store-bought condiments (other than yellow mustard, which I haven't made myself yet). Most are a disgusting conglomeration of non-food chemicals mixed with dead food products. Try eating homemade ranch for a few months. I dare you to eat the garbage from the ranch hidden in the valley ever again. 🤮

  • Quem Canta o Conto on April 24, 2022

    The man made ketchup. That would be expensive.

  • Memo lee on April 24, 2022

    I always make ketchup with tomato puree and tomato sauce combined,heat it in a pan and season it and within 15 mins is done. Works and tastes great all the time

  • Quem Canta o Conto on April 24, 2022

    Man you are comic heh

  • Michael Rae on April 24, 2022

    Pretty sure the chef on the cork was Emiril Lagasse in the 80s, pre-TV.

  • Brooksie Doodle on April 24, 2022


  • RIDERSONLINEORG on April 24, 2022

    I totally don't understand how taking a CAN of tomato product to make a SQUEEZE BOTTLE of tomato product makes it homemade. So yes… a ketchup recipe is a total waste of time.!

  • Chickadee Stevenson on April 24, 2022

    The only reason I can think to make your own ketchup is getting a cheaper low fodmap product. Or if you wanted to make something extra fancy. Like honey-ketchup with some extra fancy spices…
    Now I gotta try that.

  • Timothy Pirnat on April 24, 2022

    An epic compellation Chef!

  • Bill White on April 24, 2022

    Chef John always tamping down the degrees of difficulty for home hacks like me. Thanks Chef

  • Mathteach2022 on April 24, 2022

    Oh I gotta ask.

    Have you ever made homemade bbq sauce USING your homemade ketchup?

  • Vaelophis Nyx on April 24, 2022

    any chance you could tackle Duck Sauce? Peach + garlic sauce that goes fantastic on fried rice

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