Beer in Mexico
Nothing like a cold beer on a hot day!
But our new favourite twist on a beer is a Michelada, and I made ours yesterday for the first time during the football game.
1/4 cup kosher salt I found a spice package of chili with salt and lemon
1 teaspoon chili powder
Juice of 1 lime plus 1 lime wedge
2 cups ice
3 ounces tomato juice (1/3 cup) we prefer Clamato
4 dashes Louisiana-style hot sauce, such as Tabasco
4 dashes Worcestershire sauce commonly called English sauce in Mexico
One 12-ounce chilled Mexican-style beer, such as Dos Equis Amber
Combine the salt and chili powder on a small plate. Rub the lime wedge along the rim of a large lager beer glass, and then dip the rim into the chili salt. Fill the glass with the ice. Pour in the lime juice, tomato juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire and beer. Stir briefly to incorporate. Garnish with the lime wedge.
Cook's Note: For a large batch, make the tomato mixture ahead of the time before your guests arrive. Mix together the tomato juice, Worcestershire, hot sauce and lime, and refrigerate until cold. Add a few slices of jalapeno pepper for extra spice. Right before serving, rim the glasses with chili salt and fill with ice. Pour in 2 ounces (1/4 cup) of the tomato mixture and top it off with beer.
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oh nice ! thank for the recipe !ReplyDelete
It's five o'clock somewhere!ReplyDelete
I love this!ReplyDelete
I like the labels better than the beer!ReplyDelete
Oh YUM! Thanks for the recipe! And seriously, aren't beer labels sometimes works of such insteresting art!?! Thanks for sharing at Song-ography.ReplyDelete
A cold beer on a hot day.... perfectReplyDelete