In this episode of The College Try, our collaboration with Spoon University, chef Jamie Bissonnette makes a Bloody Mary with salsa, ketchup and ramen flavoring.
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Hi, my name is Jamie Bissonnette from Toro in Coppa
Boston, and Toro New York. And I am not Spoon
University with Food&Wine, and we're gonna show you how to
stumble through a hungover version of a bloody Mary with
things you'll already have in your fridge. [MUSIC] [SOUND] I
like bloody Marys. Best hangover cure. Worst hangover cause. Oftentimes,
we don't really wanna do a lot of work. Mm-hm.
I don't always have tomato juice around. Yep. This is
gonna be a recipe that It's easy, and you're definitely
gonna be able to make at home. First, we're gonna
take some salsa. Then we're going to use sauce American.
Sauce American is ketchup. It's the American sauce. You're gonna
thin it out with a little bit of water. I
like clamato in my bloody mary, so that's where this
is gonna come. Gonna cut that open We wanna take
out that seasoning packet. [MUSIC] Pour a little bit inside.
Rim one side of this with that Ramen spice. Next
we're gonna add some ice, and next we're going to
add our liquor. So add that here, pour it over
the top. This is a perfect little morning snack. You
can eat them like chips. [SOUND] It can be kind
of a nice little crunchy garnish on the rim. If
you want to lick the rim, get your mouth salivating
with all that salty deliciousness. Oh wow, the ketchup adds
body like canned tomato. The salsa Worcestershire and the hot
sauce and everything else, it's great. I love it. [SOUND]
A very easy to make bloody mary with things that
you'll have in your fridge. [SOUND] [MUSIC]