Our official recipe for the classic cocktail, virgin or not, uses V8 and just enough lemon, Worcestershire and hot sauce to make it soar, but not overwhelm.
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|lemon juice||1 cups|
|Worcestershire sauce||0 1/2 cups|
|lemon zest||2 tbsp.|
|hot pepper sauce||1 1/2 tsp.|
|black pepper||1 tsp.|
|celery||54 oz.||24 ea.|
|1. In large glass or plastic container with lid, stir together juices, Worcestershire, zest, pepper sauce and pepper; mix well, cover and chill. Do not mix more than 3 hours ahead of serving. CCP: Serve beverage chilled to below 40 °F.|
|2. For Each Serving: Fill 16-oz. glass halfway with ice and top with 1 cup Veggie Bloody Mary mixture. Mix in 1/4 cup vodka, if desired. Stir to mix. Garnish with celery stalk and serve.|
- Serving Options: Drink may also be made with gin or light rum at the ratio of 1/4 cup liquor (Vodka, Gin, Rum, etc.) to 1 cup Veggie Bloody Mary mix.
- Mixing Options: Horseradish may be added to this mixture as well as any variety of bitters too.
- Substitutions: V8 Spicy Hot Vegetable Juice, V8 Low Sodium Vegetable Juice or Campbell’s Tomato Juice.