Quick and Easy Recipe: Tasty Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars

Posted on

Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars.

Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars This Yummy Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars using 22 simple ingredients and 3 easy steps. Learn how to achieve that.

Ingredients of Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars

  1. It’s of Bloody Caesar.
  2. Prepare of Crushed Or Whole Ice.
  3. Prepare of Clamato Juice [well shaken].
  4. You need of Tanqueray Or Peppered Vodka.
  5. You need of Tabasco [well shaken].
  6. It’s dash of Worcestershire Sauce [well shaken].
  7. It’s dash of Lime Juice.
  8. Prepare dash of Black Pepper – Garlic Powder – Onion Powder – Celery Salt.
  9. Prepare dash of Tabasco Spiced Salt + Lime Juice [to rim glasses].
  10. Prepare dash of Olive Juice.
  11. Prepare of Veggies.
  12. You need of Cherub Tomatoes.
  13. It’s of Pickled Asparagus.
  14. It’s of Sweet Green Onion Shoots.
  15. It’s of Celery Stalks.
  16. It’s of Large Olives.
  17. You need of Sliced Lime.
  18. You need of Avacados [optional].
  19. Prepare of Equipment.
  20. Prepare of Olive Picks Or Swords.
  21. It’s of Chilled Glasses.
  22. Prepare of Straws.

Mike's Perfect Bloody Caesars step by step

  1. Here's what you'll need..
  2. ● Generously rim your chilled glasses with a lime wedge. ● Immediately dip glass tops into regular salt, sea salt or Tabasco Seasoned Salt. ● Gently drop ice [whole or crushed] in glasses as to not disturb salt rim. ● To taste – add shaken dashes of chilled Worchestershire, Tabasco, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, celery salt and a tiny dash of olive juice. ● Add a shot [per glass] of either regular or peppered Vodka. ● Fill remainder of glass with chilled and shaken Clamato Juice. ● Garnish glasses with colorful straws, celery stalks with leaves, lime wedges, extra large green olives & cherry tomatoes [on scewers that stick directly into your celery stalks as not to lose them in glass] and sw.
  3. Drink these until you find you're somewhat okay with that last Super Bowl interception that literally turned into nothing . . . ..