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There is something about the combination of hot chips and tomato sauce that are matched in heaven (pictured Rosella tomato sauce in Australian possession)

The big tomato sauce debate came to an end: Australians call their number one brand for the summer – while famous chefs make the difference between & # 39; sauce & # 39; and & # 39; ketchup & # 39; to reveal

  • Most gourmets know that it makes no sense to have a meat pie without tomato sauce
  • It is the classic kitchen food that almost every Australian household owns
  • Daily Mail Australia has discovered the most loved tomato sauce brand in the country
  • So which iconic product is your favorite of all time?
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There is something about the combination of hot chips and tomato sauce that are a match made in heaven.

Whether you store them in the fridge or cupboard, it is the classic kitchen food that almost every Australian household owns.

Daily Mail Australia has discovered the most beloved tomato sauce brand in the country … so which iconic product is your favorite of all time?

There is something about the combination of hot chips and tomato sauce that are matched in heaven (pictured Rosella tomato sauce in Australian possession)

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There is something about the combination of hot chips and tomato sauce that are matched in heaven (pictured Rosella tomato sauce in Australian possession)

Whether you store them in the fridge or cupboard, it is the classic kitchen food that almost every Australian household owns (MasterFoods made in Australia)

Whether you store them in the fridge or cupboard, it is the classic kitchen food that almost every Australian household owns (MasterFoods made in Australia)

Whether you store them in the fridge or cupboard, it is the classic kitchen food that almost every Australian household owns (MasterFoods made in Australia)

poll

What is your favorite tomato sauce / ketchup brand?

  • Heinz 0 votes
  • Masterfoods 1 votes
  • Rosella 1 votes
  • Fountain 0 votes
  • Wattie & # 39; s 0 votes

The American brand Heinz Ketchup was a clear winner among gourmets Down Under, with the highest score of 47 percent, followed by Aussie brands Fountain and Rosella – both equal at 17 percent.

New Zealand brand Wattie & # 39; s and MasterFoods came in last with 8 percent.

& # 39; Rosella but must be in the glass bottle, & # 39; Belinda said.

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& # 39; Heinz – loyal from day one – vinegar to others and taste cheaply, & # 39; said Amy.

Laura said: & # 39; Rosella is my absolute go-to. It is really blue Australian and there is just something very satisfying about pouring a sweet tomato sauce from a fresh glass bottle. Delicious every time. & # 39;

& # 39; Heinz – all others are outdated copycats that should not be given cupboard space, & # 39; Nicole said.

Heinz Ketchup was a clear winner among gourmets Down Under, with a high score of 47 percent

Heinz Ketchup was a clear winner among gourmets Down Under, with a high score of 47 percent

Heinz Ketchup was a clear winner among gourmets Down Under, with a high score of 47 percent

The New Zealand brand Wattie & # 39; s scored only 8 percent
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The New Zealand brand Wattie & # 39; s scored only 8 percent

The Australian brand Fountain scored 17 percent

The Australian brand Fountain scored 17 percent

NZ made the Wattie & # 39; s brand (left) last with 8 percent, while Fountain (right) scores 17 percent

poll

Where do you store your tomato sauce / ketchup?

  • Refrigerator 2 votes
  • closet 1 votes

& # 39; HEINZ! Nothing even comes close to the original. Super balanced, good acidity – just perfect, & Samuel said.

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Daniel said: & # 39; Tomato sauce generally tastes the same, but MasterFoods is a lot better than the rest. Moreover, it is made in Australia. & # 39;

& # 39; There is no discussion about who makes the best tomato sauce, because Fountain is such a clear winner. Consistency, reliability and usually on special, there's nothing better than a snag under the grass, & said Tom.

Ian said: & # 39; Heinz Ketchup – I prefer ketchup over tomato sauce because it is not that sweet and I am more partial to the taste of vinegar. & # 39;

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston said tomato sauce is often thinner and more vinegar than ketchup

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston said tomato sauce is often thinner and more vinegar than ketchup

Three Blue Ducks co-owner Darren Robertson said that ketchup is made with sugar and herbs, while tomato sauce is tomatoes, oil and vegetables

Three Blue Ducks co-owner Darren Robertson said that ketchup is made with sugar and herbs, while tomato sauce is tomatoes, oil and vegetables

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Former Australian MasterChef judge Matt Preston (left) and Three Blue Ducks co-owner Darren Robertson (right) explained the subtle difference between tomato sauce and ketchup

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston told FEMAIL that there is a subtle difference between tomato sauce and ketchup

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston told FEMAIL that there is a subtle difference between tomato sauce and ketchup

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston told FEMAIL that there is a subtle difference between tomato sauce and ketchup

Meanwhile, celebrity chef Darren Robertson revealed an unusual ingredient in tomato sauce

Meanwhile, celebrity chef Darren Robertson revealed an unusual ingredient in tomato sauce

Meanwhile, celebrity chef Darren Robertson revealed an unusual ingredient in tomato sauce

Former Australian Master Chef Judge Matt Preston told FEMAIL that there is a subtle difference between tomato sauce and ketchup.

Austral Australian tomato sauce is usually thinner and more vinegar than ketchup. I'm more like a BBQ sauce. But when I get pushed, I have ketchup over sauce, & Preston said.

Meanwhile, celebrity chef Darren Robertson unveiled an unusual ingredient sometimes found in tomato sauce.

& # 39; In general, ketchup is made with sugar and spices, while tomato sauce is tomatoes, oil, vegetables – and sometimes meat & # 39 ;, the co-owner of Three Blue Ducks told FEMAIL.

& # 39; My choice for ketchup would be Church Farm Ketchup, from Byron Bay. & # 39;

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