Are you a fan of spicy? My husband and I both enjoy spicy foods but our standard for what we consider "spicy" is, um, VERY different. He likes his drinks so spicy that they're almost dangerous. I prefer a little kick. This recipe can be customized from mild to medium to "knock your socks off"!Sriracha Bloody Mary, serves one bloody mary mix
2 ounces vodka
In a tall glass, mix bloody mary mix, vodka, a splash of worcestershire sauce, juice of half a lime and two drops of liquid smoke. For a mild spice add 1/2 teaspoon sriracha, for a medium spice add 1 teaspoon sriracha and for something very spicy add 2 teaspoons (or more if you're a crazy person, like my guy). Enjoy!I'm a recent bloody mary convert. I used to think it wasn't my jam, but after sampling so many of Jeremy's at restaurants I've become a fan. My favorites are the versions with unique flavors. What's your favorite brunch cocktail? xo. Elsie
PS. Don't drink? Bloody Marys are one of the easiest and best drinks to turn into a mocktail by simply omitting the vodka. Think of it as a tricked out glass of tomato juice! 😉
See the rest of our bloody mary series here: Jalapeño, Basil, Blood Orange, Wasabi, Carrot.
Thank you for the inspiration!!! http://doriannn.blogspot.fr/2013/08/fin-dete-faire-le-bonheur-du-pingouin.html
I also think bloody mary it’s not my thing, but actually I never tried it… I think i’ll give it a shot
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I always hated Bloody Marys. I finally had a good one a couple of months ago. I’m going to have to try this recipe.
Brittanny // http://brittannytaylor.com/blog
to clarify Becky’s post-
We Canadians enjoy both the bloody mary and Ceasers- if we can convince you to try clam juice in your mary, you will be changed for life!
in every grocery store, you can find Mott’s Clamato, which is tomato juice with clam, Worcestershire, etc and it even comes in spicy.
Celery, green bean or pickle? oh my!
with love, jenny o. from Toronto
In Canada we still have Bloody Mary’s, but we also have Caesars which have clam juice added. Bloody Mary’s are so easy to customize and build to taste…mmmm.
Bloody Mary’s and Caesars were made for Sundays!! I’m trying this out on Sunday for sure!
Hilary x http://thehealthycollective.com/
My fav twist on a Bloody Mary is using soy sauce (or Tamari) and a little bit of wasabi powder! It’s delish!!!
Ooooo! I say! This looks fantastic! You are cocktail queens!
can’t wait to try this!
Yeah, I’m still not a convert, but I know plenty of people who won’t drink anything else. Definitely passing this recipe along, thank you!! – Leith
Liquid smoke…never heard of it.
So I am wondering now, could you use a pinch of smoked paprika?
This is the best idea! Last time I went out for ceasars (the Canadian version of a Bloody Mary) it tasted , it tasted like they put barbeque sauce in it and it was awful. Sriracha would have been so much better!
Zing Zang rocks…no preservatives or partially hydrogenated junk 🙂
Picture #1 is so nice! Love putting fome sriracha in my bloody mary!
this looks amazing 🙂
I LOVE sriracha. Definitely need to try this!
Love love love this…..why didn’t I think of switching out Tabasco for sriracha??
This drink looks intense ha! 🙂
As much as I love tomato juice (or some types of alcohol), I don’t think I could ever drink a bloody Mary, I’d go for the non alcoholic version!