Tastes just like a great, spicy Bloody Mary cocktail, but it's much more versatile. Make it as a dip or serve with celery to carry out the Bloody Mary theme. Both are very nice ways to kick off your July 4th party.
Bloody Mary dip mix makes a great dip or spread for crackers. Mix in cooked chopped shrimp for Bloody Mary shrimp dip (pictured). Serve with crackers. Party appetizers couldn’t be easier.
Stuffed in celery (pictured), it makes it easy to eat your veggies. Stuff it in baby Portobello mushrooms and garnish with snipped parsley or chives.
MORE GREAT WAYS TO USE THIS MIX:
Salad Dressing: Use it mixed just with mayo and fold in cooked shrimp or crab for Bloody Mary Shrimp Salad or Bloody Mary Crab Salad (pictured). Serve on a bed of lettuce or in a hot dog bun (like lobster rolls). Add finely chopped celery if desired.
Spiced Ketchup: Combine with ketchup for Bloody Mary Spiced Ketchup, a remarkable adult condiment with fries. Add a squeeze of lime to make Bloody Mary Cocktail sauce for shrimp or crab. Shrimp cocktail bites are pictured.
Glaze for meat or chicken: Add a little water, beer or wine to thin our spiced ketchup a bit and use for a glaze on appetizer size Bloody Mary Meatballs (pictured). See the BLOODY MARY SPICY KETCHUP product page for more great serving ideas.
However you use it, it will be the star of your party.
Makes about 2 cups before shrimp is added.
No gluten or artificial ingredients. No artificial colors added.
Ingredients: Tomato powder, Worcestershire powder, ground celery seed, cayenne pepper
Allergen Info: Contains sulfites. Some ingredients packaged on equipment that also packages peanuts and tree nuts.