How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween

Recipe and image courtesy of Love Radish and  Love Celery.

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween.

Hello friends. So are you planning a Halloween party this year? Radish Bloody Mary anyone?

Radish Bloody Mary – This cutthroat cocktail will keep their “spirits” up on a long and ghostly Halloween night. Indeed a fun cocktail recipe conversation starter.

A delicious Bloody Mary recipe complete with retro celery sticks and the requisite balance of fresh and bold flavours.

This can also be made to taste depending on your guest.

The addition of the radish rubbing shoulders with the lime presents a really effective new twist to a classic drink. Especially great served with celery.

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween:

Serves: 4

Preparation time: 5 minutes

You’ll Need:

100ml vodka

50ml sherry

½ tbsp freshly grated horseradish

25ml Worcestershire sauce

Tabasco to taste

½ tsp celery salt

Cracked black pepper to taste

750ml tomato juice

500g ice cubes

100g sliced radishes

1 lime cut into wedges

4 celery sticks to garnish

radish
lime

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween:

1.) Firstly, mix together the vodka, sherry, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, celery salt, black pepper and tomato juice in a large jug.

2.) Fill another large jug with the ice, sliced radishes and lime wedges.

3.) Finally, pour the liquid over the ice, and serve straight away in chilled glasses with celery sticks in them.

4.) Alternatively, you can let your friends mix their own, depending on how spicy they like them!

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween:

So what do you think of this How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween post?

Fancy making some?

Recipe and image courtesy of Love Radish and  Love Celery.

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How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween

How To Make A Radish Bloody Mary For Halloween:

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4 Comments

  1. 2nd October 2018 / 4:27 pm

    What a great idea to use the radishes! Spicy and good!

  2. Ruth
    10th October 2018 / 6:12 pm

    This does sound unique. I wonder what it tastes like.

    • 11th October 2018 / 2:33 pm

      Thanks for stopping by. Let us know if you get to try it 🙂

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