Little’s Cuisine Classic Bloody Mary
I’m sad to say I missed a very important holiday this year. It completely blew past me with all the chaos of the holidays and starting a new year, that I didn’t even realize it came and went already. I’m talking about National Bloody Mary Day, of course, and it was on January 1st.
Like National Margarita Day and National Carrot Cake Day (both are real things, apparently), National Bloody Mary Day is important for us food bloggers! It gives us another a reason to drink, and lets us experiment in the kitchen with a specific purpose in mind.
Although I missed the “official” holiday, there’s never a wrong time to drink a Bloody Mary. I mean, it’s even appropriate for breakfast! To satisfy my Bloody Mary craving, I recently tried a delicious mix from Little’s Cuisine and decided to make their classic recipe I found on their site (recipe follows).
Little’s Cuisine makes artisan seasoning mixes that are gluten free and contain no artificial ingredients or added MSG. They are also kosher and Non-GMO Project verified. The company’s hallmark mix is a chili seasoning mix, plus they have a Bloody Mary mix, Sloppy Joe mix, taco seasoning, chili lime seasoning blend, Italian herb seasoning blend, and a Thai stir-fry seasoning blend. They’re all very delicious and are great for enhancing the flavors in all sorts of dishes.
Their Bloody Mary mix is zesty with a nice kick of spice! It’s perfect for this time of year to warm you up. Cheers!
Classic Bloody Mary Recipe
32 ounces tomato juice
1 package Little’s Cuisine Bloody Mary Seasoning Mix
8 dashes Worcestershire sauce
1 lemon and 1 lime, cut into wedges
8 ounces gluten free vodka (optional)
In a large pitcher, mix together tomato juice, Bloody Mary Seasoning Mix, Worcestershire sauce, and a squeeze of lemon and lime.
Fill four glasses with ice. Pour 2 ounces of vodka (if using) and 6-8 ounces Bloody Mary mix into each glass and stir well.
Serve with your favorite garnishes: celery, pickles, olives, asparagus, bacon, cheese squares, etc.
Recipe by Little’s Cuisine
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