by California Grown
Our recipe for Bloody Mary Mix is simple to make, tastes incredible, and can be customized to suit anyones palette with just a few minor tweaks.
First things first, did you know that tomatoes are a fruit? Click the learn more tab at the bottom of the screen to learn why!
Fresh tomatoes! Believe it or not, tomatoes can be yellow, pink, purple, black, and even white! This means you can make your own recipe for Bloody Mary mix and it can be any color of the rainbow!
Shallots have a delicate, sweet flavor with a hint of sharpness which works well in this Bloody Mary mix recipe.
Peppers - which are actually a fruit too since they are produced from a flowering plant and contain seeds just like tomatoes!
Cara Cara oranges have a remarkable taste that, compared to traditional navels, is much sweeter, slightly tangy, and less acidic.
Lemon juice adds a bright freshness, a finishing touch to this recipe for Bloody Mary Mix!
Horseradish, freshly grated or at least legit prepared horseradish. Believe it or not, horseradish is an herb and we grow lots of it here in California!
Set a fine mesh sieve over a large bowl or measuring cup.
Working in batches, in a blender, combine tomatoes, shallot, pepper, orange juice, lemon juice, olive brine, celery salt and coarse salt. Blend until smooth.
Strain through the sieve to remove any seeds, pulp and skin.
Stir in grated horseradish and hot sauce if desired.
Store in a large pitcher or glass jar, tightly covered for up to 2-3 weeks.
On a skewer thread olives, cherry tomatoes, and lemon wheels.
Add bloody mary mix and vodka to a shaker with ice. Add Worcestershire and shake gently.
Strain into a glass filled with ice. Garnish with a celery stalk and garnish skewer if using.