Recipe by sjseiler
"My father-in-law first introduced me to this homemade bloody mary mix. It is very similar to what you'd buy in a store. Made as is, it is very spicy. You can customize it to your taste by cutting back on the pepper and hot sauce; I like about half the pepper and hot sauce. Enjoy this wonderful mix! It is so easy and much cheaper than buying pre-made mix."
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1 (46 fluid ounce) can
1/2 (10.5 ounce) can
condensed beef consomme (such as Campbell's ®)
hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®)
ground black pepper
It was pretty good. Next time I will skip the Beef Consomme (too much sodium) and use a couple Tablespoons of steak sauce instead.
This recipe is pretty much like any other, with the exception of beef consume. technically that makes it a bloody bull. I find that infusing vodka with fresh peppers makes for a much more interesting and fresh bloody Mary.
This is the first bloody mary I actually liked! This blows away the store-made mixes which pale in comparison. This mix has just the right amount of heat to it -- not too much heat in the front on the tongue, but enough heat at the back to give it some heat and a kick. The flavor, overall, is very balanced.
We used Campbell's low-sodium tomato juice. I made this and let the mix meld in the fridge for about two hours before I mixed it with a shot and a half of vodka. I'm very impressed with this and will certainly make this again.
Thanks for posting the recipe!
Very good with a little kick. Warms your belly on a cold wintery night. Will make again and again I'm sure. My husband likes to add this mixture to his beer.
I love it!! What a great alternative to expensive store brands!
I have used Demitris for a long time but it is expensive, I found this to be an excellent replacement and for the sodium conscious, substitute a low sodium beef broth from bouillon. I use Better Than Bouillon low sodium and it works great. The beef flavor is important for over all taste in my opinion.
Excellent spice. Exactly what I was hoping for. I did use low-sodium vegetable juice instead of just tomato. And I omitted the beef consomme (vegetarian version).
Made this for easter breakfast. Like the distinct taste of the consomme. Not too hot or spicy at all. Followed ingredients exactly.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Bloody Mary Mix
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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