"This is a tradition before Hawkeye football games! If you can find is, use Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce in place of the Worcestershire sauce." — IAHAWKEYE
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2 1/2 quarts
fresh lemon juice
fresh lime juice
1 1/4 teaspoons
hot pepper sauce (such as Frank's RedHot®)
ground black pepper
pickled pepper juice
chopped fresh cilantro
Hubs made this for me and it was outstanding. As he always does he used Montreal Steak Seasoning rather than pepper and, knowing my preferences in Bloody Mary's, cut way back on the lemon juice. The pickled pepper juice was a new addition and I liked it - it was an interesting twist. Didn't have cilantro and wouldn't have used it in a Bloody Mary if I had. Hubs just garnished it with my usual celery stick and three gargantuan stuffed green olives! Enjoyed this immensely as I was doing the prep work for our dinner, so that didn't allow for refrigerating it for eight hours!
This was certainly good and would work in a pinch - but it wasn't the BEST Bloody Mary mix I've ever had.
Awesome! I add a beef stick from the local butcher to each glass. A little protein to help clear the red eyes.
Very refreshing and a perfect balance of flavors. I just made this for a party tomorrow and I can't wait to share it!
These bloody mary's ROCK! The cilantro is an usual addition that really takes them up a notch. Delicious taste treat before a football game or with any brunch!
Good, but not the best ever... still in search of the perfect Bloody Mary.
Had it from the source. Phenomenal!
I've been looking for a recipe that uses tomato juice, but isn't boring....here it is! Fantastic, even without cilantro or the lime juice.
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