The rooster sauce brings it to brunch…
Sriracha sauce and the classic Bloody Mary are a no-brainer pairing. Tomato-based Sriracha effortlessly melds into the overall garden-fresh flavor of this popular brunch cocktail. Plus, it brings s subtle garlic undertone to the mix as well.
The cocktail as it stands is refreshingly spicy (most can enjoy it), but you can take it a little further with extra Sriracha. Or throw in some Tabasco sauce, which also provides a little Cajun tang as a twist.
- In a mixing glass, combine all ingredients (except celery stalks).
- Gently “roll” the Bloody Mary (to combine the ingredients) by pouring the cocktail from one mixing glass to another. Do not shake as it will thin the tomato juice.
- Pour the Bloody Mary into a glass filled with ice (salt-rimmed optional) and garnish with a celery stalk.
- Serve and enjoy!