1 quart tomato juice
1 cup vodka
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
Lime slices or celery stalks
Combine tomato juice, vodka, Worcestershire sauce, lime juice, and TABASCO® Sauce in a 2-quart pitcher; stir well. Serve over ice. Garnish with lime or celery.
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Like Italians with their tomato sauce, home cooks across North Africa and the Middle East are serious about their harissa. Each cook has his or her own special method for grinding the chiles and blending in oil, garlic and spices. That’s why our harissa is bound to family tradition.
Thick, vibrantly red and lusciously textured, our piquant chile condiment recipe is inspired by Ron’s mother Linor, who was taught how to make it by her mother after their family immigrated from Morocco to Israel. The name harissa comes from the Arabic word meaning “to break,” which likely stems from the mashing of the chiles. We blend three different chile varieties into every batch of our harissa. But even more than heritage, what really sets our harissa apart is its pure flavor and composition. We want the chiles to speak for themselves, and want you to find ways to put harissa on EVERYTHING, even in a classic Bloody Mary.
A few notes about this recipe:
- If you like your Bloody Mary really spicy, add more harissa.
- If you like your Bloody Mary a bit on the saltier side, add a pinch more salt or celery salt.
- If you like your cocktails more on the sour side, add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
- And if you like a more classic Bloody Mary, add 1 teaspoon of jarred, prepared horseradish.
- 2 cups tomato juice (you can also substitute for fresh tomatoes when in season)
- 1/4 cup harissa such as NY Shuk Preserved Lemon Harissa (or NY Shuk Signature Harissa)
- 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 3 Tbsp preserved lemon, finely chopped to a paste (don’t worry if you get few bigger pieces in there) Note: Preserved lemon can be found at specialty food stores and some Trader Joe’s stores.
- 2 Tbsp olive brine
- 1/3 cup vodka
- pinch of salt (according to how salty the preserved lemon, and your taste, you might need more)
- Celery stalk for serving
- Combine the tomato juice, Harissa, Worcestershire sauce, preserved lemon, olive brine and vodka together. Taste it and adjust seasoning to your taste (see notes above).
- Garnish with the celery stalk and serve chilled.
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