Wasabi Bloody Mary

"A different way to add some kick to those Bloody Marys. Don't forget to garnish with a celery stalk or pickled asparagus! Cook time includes chill time."
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Ready In:
8 one cup servings




  • Combine lime juice and wasabi with a whisk, until wasabi dissolves.
  • Combine wasabi mixture, veggie juice, Worcestershire sauce, pepper sauce and salt in a pitcher; chill.
  • Stir in vodka and serve over ice.

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  1. Bergy
    Kari this is the best Bloody Mary ever! Follow therecipe exactly and it produced a recipe with just the right amount of KICK to it. Thanks Kari
  2. riffraff
    I salted the rim with Kosher salt and garnished with a pickled green bean, just like in New Orleans. WOW, great way to get the wasabi mixed in....shoot it is just a great drink!
  3. William Uncle Bill
    Kari; WOW!! I had one problem with this recipe. It tasted sooo good that I had to mix a second batch. On the second, I tried something else. I added 2 teaspoons of pure horseradish. I also tried a celery stick, spicy pickled green beans and pickled asparagus. The last two, I make myself. Each one was special and good. Again, the WASABI BLOODY MARY is on my No.1 list. Thanks for sharing it with us. "Uncle Bill"
  4. Pete S.
    This is an OK WBM but not the best I've had or made. May I suggest these changes ..... -- Bacon infused Vodka -- fresh made Wasabi -- crisp Bacon strip added to in drink garnish -- hot Shrimp egg roll on long bamboo skewer Keep the Vodka in the freezer, use fresh ingredients for the Wasabi, use thick cut bacon, and homemade shrimp rolls are best but frozen ones work just fine!
  5. pcspecht
    OK but not great . Best I've had was at Four Points Lodge on Mt. Warner in Steamboat Spring Colo. If your interested in great then I'd suggest using Bacon Vodka, freshly made Wasabi and garnished with shrimp egg rolls and a crisp bacon strip. Keep vodka in the freezer!


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