Recipe by JASONS_GAL
"If you want to spice up that tomato juice, just use this recipe."
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1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
spicy tomato-vegetable juice cocktail (e.g., V-8)
hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™)
salt and pepper to taste
stuffed green olives
I made a pitcher of these. Used a 46oz. of vegetable juice, 1 cup; and a couple of splashes of Vodka, and celery seed. And the rest of the seasonings to taste. [I'd say close to a Tbls.] Very good recipe.
not enough flavor...add to tweek a lot.
I made this for brunch and it was very good. Only change I made was that I did not add the olives.
Good, reliable formula for a basic Bloody Mary, just waiting for your own personal spin and additions, whether it's horseradish, Clamato, steak seasoning, lemon pepper, Old Bay or beef broth, any number of which we've tried. On this occasion we merely substituted celery salt for the sea salt and threw in a couple of spears of pickled asparagus.
Great drink - however I added some horseradish to mine.
This was my first time mixing a Bloody Mary, and it tastes just like the one I ordered @ a restaurant a few weeks ago...very tasty :)
This is the same way we make it at work except we use celery salt around the rim of the glass and I like extra olives...it is delicious!!!
This is a very good recipe,though might
I add the following ingredients.I add a Tbls.of juice from a jar of dill pickles,
plus a dash of celery salt.Wonderful tasting Bloody Mary.
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