ketchup and salt and pepper potatoes

Ketchup & Pepper Roasted Potatoes

Ketchup and pepper chips is our take on the popular UK dish, salt and pepper chips. It starts with our favorite ketchup roasted potatoes recipe, then we toss them in a flavourful mixture of caramelized onions, green peppers, and a touch of oil.
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Yields2 Servings
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time45 mins
Total Time1 hr


Ketchup Roasted Potatoes
 16 Petite Yellow & Red Potatoes*
 1 ½ tbsp Salt
 1 tbsp Pepper
 1 ½ tbsp FlavorGod Ketchup Seasoning
 2 tsp Onion Powder
 1 tsp Garlic Powder
 2 tsp Parsley Flakes
 1 tsp Sugar (optional)**
 1 tbsp Oil (optional)***
Pepper & Onion Mixture
 2 tbsp Oil
 ½ Green Pepper Chopped
 ½ Sweet Onion Chopped
 1 tsp Minced Garlic


Ketchup Roasted Potatoes

Preheat oven to 440.


Chop the washed potatoes into small bite sized chunks.


Over medium heat, boil the potatoes for about 10 minutes, or until you can easily poke them with a fork.


Drain the potatoes and let them cool for a few minutes.


Toss all seasonings with potatoes (you can do this in a large bowl, or the pot you boiled the potatoes in, just make sure it's deep enough to shake the potatoes really well. You want the outsides to get mushy and crumbly).


Bake on non-stick pan at 440 for roughly 30 minutes, turning two or more times throughout cooking.

Pepper & Onion Mix

In a medium non-stick pan, heat 2 tbsp of oil over medium heat.


Add onions and saute until lightly browned (roughly 5 minutes).


Add minced garlic and green peppers to the onion and continue to saute for roughly 5 minutes.


Once the veggies are nice and browned, pour them into a large bowl with ketchup roasted potatoes and toss until combined.



*You can use whatever potato you prefer. I love petite potatoes because they’re creamier and more flavorful than large potatoes. Yellow and red are extra rich so they make for awesome roasted potatoes.

**I put a bit of extra sugar in the spice mix because I prefer a sweet vs. tangy ketchup flavor, but it’s not essential to the flavour!

***You don’t have to cook the potatoes with oil since you’ll be coating them with more later. This just makes them crispier. I usually mist my potatoes with an oil spritzer as they’re going into the oven.

The oil for the onion and pepper mixture is essential! This is how the onion will get caramelized. It will also give the potatoes an extra rich texture and flavor when it’s mixed together.

You can sub the FlavorGod ketchup seasoning for more of the other spices; onion, garlic, paprika, salt, and pepper.




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