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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Tasty Tuesday ~~ Rotel Bloody Mary


Need a new twist on an old favorite? My twin sister's got the goods with her delicious Bloody Mary. (Thanks, Alaine!)

Rotel Bloody Mary

1 Can Rotel (Mild)
12 oz. plain tomato juice
6 oz. water
3 Tbs. Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp. lemon-pepper
6 stalks celery
6 oz. vodka
Seasoned salt

Place first five ingredients in blender. Puree until smooth. Fill tall glasses ¾ full with ice. Add 1 oz. vodka, then your Rotel mixture to each glass. Stir and finish with a dash of seasoned salt and a celery stalk for garnish.




8 comments:

Debbie said...

I have a brother-in-law who loves to travel and post photos and stories of his "BM"s. He'd love this recipe.

Tere Kirkland said...

My favorite! My husband smokes salt just for bloody marys.

Marguerite said...

Keeeawww, sha! Can't wait to try it! Thanks for posting, Angie, and thanks for sharing, Alaine!

Anonymous said...

you welcome, marguerite (hey, love that cocktaily name, by the way.) y'all all invited (even yankees) to come for porch:30 this evenin'. i'll serve the bloodys, if the yankees don't complain 'bout the spice level. see ya 'bout 8:40.
;0)clink!

Hilary said...

It took me a while and a bit of Googling to figure out what Ro tel was.. now I'm just stunned by how Debbie worded her comment. BM by any other name is not always the same thing! ;)

Vodka Mom said...

I'm coming over.


right now.

Jan Rider Newman said...

Recipes for desserts and recipes for drinks of the alcoholic persuasion get my attention every time. This sounds like a goodie.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Debbie - LOL...had to read your comment twice! :D

That really sounds delicious, Tere. Recipe for smoked salt, please?

Marguerite - Lemme know if you try it, sha good friend.

Hilary - I had the same awful double take. heheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

See ya soon, Vodka Mom!

Jan - I really think you'll like this new incarnation of an old favorite. And you can adjust the spice level to your taste buds. :)

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