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Bleeding Mary Recipe


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Freezing Bloody Mary mix into ice cubes is a cool idea I picked up when I worked at Modern Spirits Vodka. As the ice cubes melt, their red color "bleeds" into the vodka, creating a dazzling drink that changes with every passing moment. Just know that the first few sips are going to be heavy on the booze since the cold, carmine cubes are just starting to thaw, so be sure to use top-shelf vodka.

Adapted from "The Sriracha Cookbook" by Randy Clemens

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces premium Bloody Mary mix
  • 2 teaspoons Sriracha
  • 4 dashes Worcestershire sauce
  • Celery salt
  • 12 ounces premium vodka
  • 4 celery stick, for garnish
  • Freshly ground pepper, for garnish

Directions

In a medium measuring cup, combine the Bloody Mary mix, Sriracha, and Worcestershire sauce. Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray with large ice cube compartments, making eight equal cubes. Place the tray in the freezer for at least two hours to freeze solid.

When you are ready to serve, rim each glass with celery salt. Place two prepared ice cubes in each glass and fill with three ounces of room-temperature vodka.

Garnish with a celery stick and freshly ground black pepper. Swirl your drink with the celery to help get the blood flowing.


If you want to add variety to your Bloody Mary, consider these fun add-ins.

  • Add horseradish to taste.
  • Add a dash or two of liquid smoke or a pinch of smoked paprika to give your drink a smokey flavor. Garnish with a smoked baby back rib on a skewer.
  • Sweeten it up a bit with a tablespoon of brown sugar and garnish with an orange wedge.
  • Make a Bloody Geisha by replacing the vodka with sake and garnish with two California rolls on a skewer.
  • Replace the tomato juice with clamato juice for a briny version of the beverage and garnish with a cooked and peeled prawn and a lemon wedge on a skewer.
  • Add a pinch of onion salt, a pinch of garlic salt, and a pinch of chili powder. Replace the vodka with grapefruit jalapeno vodka. Garnish with a sprig of cilantro and a jalapeno popper on a skewer.
  • Add a pinch of cayenne and a tablespoon of pepperoncini brine to the drink and garnish it with a whole pepperoncini.
  • Garnish a classic Bloody Mary in a glass rimmed with garlic salt with a sprig of basil.

What’s in a Bloody Mary?

As with most cocktails, each person has their own special ratio of Bloody Mary ingredients they like to use. But no matter what flavor and texture you prefer your homemade Bloody Mary to have, you must make it with a good Bloody Mary mix.

While there are some decent bloody mary mixes on the market, creating your own Bloody Mary mix guarantees a fresh and flavorful mix. My recipe at the end of the post might just be the best Bloody Mary to slither past your puckered lips.

I use regular tomato juice as the base for my mix but if you prefer a bit more bite, V-8 or Clamato have built in flavor. Clamato is a bit thinner if you prefer the texture. I like to serve one mild option and one spicy. And then I spice it up even more once it hits my glass.

Prepared horseradish, celery salt, black pepper, garlic salt, worcestershire and a couple of dashes of Tabasco are the musts in my mix. Go hot or regular strength with your horsey sauce depending on your spicy preference.

When it comes to vodka, my Pickle-Infused Vodka adds a piquant punch. Cucumber or jalapeño would be a fun option too. Or stay classic with unflavored brands like Titos, Effen, Ketel One, Stoli or Smirnoff #57.


How to Make a Bloody Mary

A Bloody Mary is a love-it or hate-it kind of cocktail, which makes sense. You generally drink it at brunch, setting yourself up for a totally wired (or very sleepy) afternoon. It is a meal itself, whereas a Mimosa is just kinda. juice with bubbles. Its base is tomato juice, which grown adults have been known to run from in horror. It is pungent as hellfire and sulfuric brimstone, if you make it with plenty of horseradish, Worcestershire, hot sauce, citrus, and other flavorful odds and ends&mdashwhich is to say, if you make it the right way. And making a Bloody Mary the right way is why we're here today.

Now, follow along: This recipe above makes one serving of Bloody Mary (two ounces of vodka, about six ounces of mix). Do you want to make only one Bloody Mary? Probably not, but maybe you're a solo bruncher. However, you can go for the batch by doing some simple arithmetic in the videos below, for example, we doubled the recipe. Then, garnish wherever your salt- and citrus-craving soul takes you: lemon wedges, pepperoncinis, cherry peppers with feta, shrimp, pickled green beans, garlic dill pickle spears, caperberries, and of course, the classic celery stalk. Experiment with gusto.

A Little Background

The Bloody Mary has been called a thing or two over the years. Supposedly, it originated in Paris in the 1920s, when Russians fleeing their civil war brought vodka to the rest of Europe and a bartender mixed it with tomato juice to tempt American expats. It made its way to the States in the next decade, where it was spiced up with new ingredients and dubbed the Red Snapper. Another early name for it was supposedly the Bucket of Blood (spookier, and grosser). Eventually, it became ubiquitous as the Bloody Mary&mdashwhether for Queen Mary Tudor who ordered the bloodshed of Protestants in England, or for a woman named Mary who spilled tomato cocktail on her dress, or for a waiter named Mary who worked at the Bucket of Blood saloon in Chicago, we don't know. What we do know is that back in the day, they weren't topping Bloody Marys with fried chicken carcasses and steak skewers. But hey, things evolve.

If You Like This, Try These

The Bloody Mary is a classic brunch cocktail, and if you're looking to put on a whole brunch spread, you can add a Mimosa or a Bellini. They're lighter, but some folks prefer that. The Michelada is also sometimes considered a brunch drink it's made with beer, Clamato tomato cocktail, and spices, and is a tangier (but less potent) tomato-based drink than the Bloody Mary. A Bloody Maria is a Bloody Mary made with tequila instead of vodka. And finally, there's the Bullshot: a downright weird mix of vodka and Campbell's beef broth. Savory is savory.

What You Need

Here&rsquos what you need to do a Bloody Mary justice, beyond what you might be able to dig out of the fridge or cupboard.


Spicy Bloody Mary

The ultimate Bloody Mary recipe made with Smithworks® Vodka and garnished with Smithfield thick cut cherrywood smoked bacon . Add a few more dashes of TABASCO® Sauce if you like it spicier.

Ingredients

Sweet & Spicy Bacon Ingredients:
Spicy Bloody Mary Ingredients:
Chili Powder Rim Ingredients:
Other Garnishes:

Preparation

Sweet & Spicy Bacon Directions:

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F and line a 9x13” baking sheet with a silicone mat (or parchment paper) and place a wire cooling rack on top. Set aside.

In a small bowl, mix together TABASCO ® Sauce and brown sugar. Set aside.

Lay the 8 strips of Smithfield Thick Cut Cherrywood Smoked Bacon in a single layer on the cooling rack

Evenly pour the TABASCO ® /brown sugar mixture over the bacon.

Bake in pre-heated oven for 20-35 minutes, or until bacon is cooked to your liking, flipping halfway through.

Spicy Bloody Mary Directions:

Into a large pitcher, pour in TABASCO ® Bloody Mary Mix, vodka, pickle juice, lime juice, and TABASCO ® Sauce.

Stir to combine and set aside.

Chili Powder Rim Directions:

Place chili powder, salt, and smoked paprika onto a small plate and mix to combine.

Assembly:

Run a lime wedge around the rim of the glass then dip the moistened rim into the chili powder mixture and rotate the glass until evenly coated.

Fill glass with ice and pour in the spicy bloody mary mixture.

Garnish with sweet & spicy bacon and other ingredients - olives, pickles, celery, etc. - to your liking!


Bloody mary

Our recipe for this classic cocktail combines vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, port and sherry with a few dashes of Tabasco to turn up the heat. Garnish with a celery stick and some tomatoes and olives to serve

Published: February 11, 2021 at 1:30 pm

A bloody mary seems the obvious way to fight those January blues. This is our ultimate recipe classic, but with enough extras to keep it interesting. Whether you spike it with vodka or keep it virgin, the burst of sunny vitamins from the tomato juice and kick of spice will get you into gear in no time. Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover port or sherry still kicking around after Christmas.

Ingredients

  • vodka 50ml, (we like Ketel One)
  • tomato juice 200ml
  • basil a handful
  • port 5ml
  • dry sherry 5 ml
  • Worcestershire sauce 5 dashes
  • Tabasco 5 dashes
  • creamed horseradish 1 tsp

TO SERVE

  • celery sticks
  • baby plum tomatoes
  • green olives
  • lemon a squeeze of juice, plus a wedge to serve

Method

Put all of the ingredients, plus a pinch of salt and pepper, into one half of a cocktail shaker, and, rather than shaking, slowly pour into the other half of the shaker, then back again. Repeat this a few times.


  • 3/4 pound green beans (or yellow wax beans)
  • 1 small chili pepper (fresh or dried)
  • 1 clove garlic (peeled and slightly crushed)
  • Optional: 1 to 2 sprigs thyme (fresh)
  • 1 teaspoon celery seeds
  • 1 teaspoon whole mustard seeds
  • 4 black peppercorns
  • 2/3 cup white wine (or apple cider vinegar)
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1to 3 teaspoons hot sauce
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt (or other non-iodized salt)

Trim the beans to no more than 4 inches long.

Add the celery and mustard seeds and the black peppercorns to a clean (no need to sterilize for this recipe) pint-sized canning jar.

Turn the canning jar onto its side. ​Start filling the jar with the beans, laying them in so that they will be vertical when the jar is upright. Add the garlic, chile pepper, and fresh thyme sprigs as you go. I like to place these right up against the jar's glass sides so that they can be seen.

Keep adding beans until they are tightly packed together. They will shrink somewhat during the canning process, and if they are too loosely packed, they will float up above the brine. You don't want that to happen so pack them in really tightly. You can use a few shorter pieces of beans to wedge in the longer pieces.

Bring the white wine or vinegar (whichever you're using), water, hot sauce and salt to a boil in a small pot.

Pour over the beans. You want the beans to be completely immersed in the brine, but also to leave at least 1/2-inch headspace between the top of the food and the rim of the jar.

Wipe the rim of the jar with a clean, moistened cloth or paper towel (any liquid on the rim could prevent a good seal). Screw on the 2-piece canning lid(s).

Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 months. For longer storage at room temperature, process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes.


This easy-to-follow recipe makes cooking an intimidating dish like beef wellington a lot more manageable. Superb for a special occasion, the succulent beef is wrapped in a rich liver pâté and mushroom stuffing as well as crisp puff pastry. No soggy bottoms here!


Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook/DK


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That's it for these Bloody Mary IV Bags Halloween cocktail recipe! If you liked this recipe, make sure to check out my Bloody Mary Infused Vodka and you can see one of my past parties where I set up a full Bloody Mary Bar here. Until next time!


Bloody mary prawn tacos

The spicy bloody mary-inspired tomato sauce is well suited to the tender prawns and the celeriac slaw offers both earthiness and acidity to complement and cut through it all.

Note: Kewpie brand mayonnaise is best, however, if you've only got regular variety, that'll be fine.

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 1 handful coriander, finely chopped
  • 100 g celeriac, peeled
  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 1 handful coriander, finely chopped
  • 3.5 oz celeriac, peeled
  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 1 handful coriander, finely chopped
  • 3.5 oz celeriac, peeled
  • 1 banana shallot, finely sliced
  • 1 celery stick, finely sliced
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 50 ml vodka or white wine
  • 0.5 tsp Tabasco sauce
  • 1 tsp horseradish sauce
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 150 ml tomato juice
  • 500 g king prawns, peeled and deveined
  • 1 tbsp parsley, finely chopped
  • 1 pinch freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 1 banana shallot, finely sliced
  • 1 celery stick, finely sliced
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 1.8 fl oz vodka or white wine
  • 0.5 tsp Tabasco sauce
  • 1 tsp horseradish sauce
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 5.3 fl oz tomato juice
  • 17.6 oz king prawns, peeled and deveined
  • 1 tbsp parsley, finely chopped
  • 1 pinch freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 1 banana shallot, finely sliced
  • 1 celery stick, finely sliced
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced
  • 0.5 tsp celery salt
  • 0.2 cup vodka or white wine
  • 0.5 tsp Tabasco sauce
  • 1 tsp horseradish sauce
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 0.6 cup tomato juice
  • 17.6 oz king prawns, peeled and deveined
  • 1 tbsp parsley, finely chopped
  • 1 pinch freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 2 fresh limes, cut into wedges
  • 1 squeeze of mayonnaise
  • 4 flour tortillas
  • 2 fresh limes, cut into wedges
  • 1 squeeze of mayonnaise
  • 4 flour tortillas
  • 2 fresh limes, cut into wedges
  • 1 squeeze of mayonnaise
  • 4 flour tortillas

Details

  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • Recipe Type: Tacos
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Preparation Time: 30 mins
  • Cooking Time: 15 mins
  • Serves: 4

Step-by-step

  1. Set a large frying pan over a high heat. Once the pan is hot, add the oil, shallot and celery. Fry for a minute until everything starts to sizzle, then reduce the heat to medium. Fry, stirring occasionally, for about 10 minutes, until the shallot is just softened. If the shallot starts to catch, reduce the heat further.
  2. When the shallot is soft, increase the heat to high and add the garlic and celery salt. Fry for a minute then throw in the vodka or white wine and allow the alcohol to bubble and evaporate almost entirely.
  3. Add the Tabasco, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce and tomato juice and bring to the boil, then throw in the prawns. Fry just until the prawns are cooked through, then remove from the heat and stir in the parsley and a good grinding of black pepper.
  4. For the celeriac slaw, coarsely grate the celeriac into a mixing bowl. Add the lime juice, celery salt and coriander.
  5. To serve, fill the tortillas with the slaw before layering with the prawns. Top with a squeeze of mayonnaise and serve with lime wedges and extra slaw.

This recipe is from A Flash in the Pan: Simple, speedy stovetop recipes by John Whaite. Published by Kyle Books, £20.00.

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