World's Strangest Condiments

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Sam Kaplan

Spice up your next meal with one of these dips, spreads, and sauces popular in countries where ketchup isn’t the condiment king.

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Banana Sauce, Philippines

Tangy and sugary, this ketchup-like sauce doesn’t taste anything like its namesake ingredient. Use it as a dip for lumpia (fried spring rolls filled with ground pork), or—even more popular with Filipinos—mix it with spaghetti and cut-up hot dogs.

 

World's Strangest Condiments

Banana Sauce, Philippines

Tangy and sugary, this ketchup-like sauce doesn’t taste anything like its namesake ingredient. Use it as a dip for lumpia (fried spring rolls filled with ground pork), or—even more popular with Filipinos—mix it with spaghetti and cut-up hot dogs.

 

Sam Kaplan
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