Add some protein to your cocktail: beef bouillon or clam juice. Photo © Mario | Fotolia.
KAREN HOCHMAN likes her Bloody Mary with extra horseradish and Worcestershire sauce; lime instead of lemon. She also enjoys a Virgin Mary and an Macho Mary, a.k.a. vodka neat.
Updated July 2017
Bloody Mary Recipe Variations
Page 2: The First Variations On The Classics
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What did those American mixologists do with the Bloody Mary recipe? Why, add protein, in the form of beef bouillon and clam juice—though not at the same time.
Bloody Bull Recipe (a.k.a. Bull Shot)
This version originated at in New Orleans at one of the Brennan family restaurants, the most famous of which is the Commander’s Palace.
Combine the first six ingredients, mix well; pour over ice in a tall glass and garnish with the scallion.
Bloody Mariner (a.k.a. Bloody Caesar)
This drink can be made with Clamato juice instead of the combination of tomato and clam juices. It is also known as the Bloody Caesar, Bloody Clam, Caesar, Clammy Mary and Red Wings.
Combine the first six ingredients, mix well; pour over ice in a tall glass and garnish with the celery stalk.
- Bloody Eight or Eight Ball: Replace tomato juice with V8 vegetable juice
- Bloody LeRoy: Replace tomato juice with barbecue sauce (in case you
were wondering what to serve at your next barbecue)
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