Camping Bloody Mary Recipe
How to make a Bloody Mary
The Bloody Mary is a tomato based cocktail that is the perfect excuse for infusing nutrients with alcohol at any time of the day. We invented a dehydrated Bloody Mary with a base that can also be used for sauces, soups and dips.
To make this beverage outdoors, combine the dehydrated ingredients listed below with vodka. Believe it or not, but vodka has many useful functionalities that make this spirit a wilderness multi-tool. If you prefer a different spirit, try a Bloody Maria with tequila, or a Cesar with gin.
Use Bloody Mary mix for soups and pastas
The Dehydrated Bloody Mary is unique because it is more than just a beverage….use the dry ingredients from the Bloody Mary to make pizza sauce, pasta sauce or soup! This tomato powder based recipe was invented to be a lightweight and inexpensive meal that accompanies you on any outdoor adventure. Follow the recipe to create your own Dehydrated Bloody Mary, and then check out the directions for a backcountry pizza sauce, pasta sauce and soup.
- 1 tsp Tomato Powder (purchased from nuts.com)
- 1/4 tsp Celery Salt
- 1/16 tsp Wasabi Powder
- 1/8 tsp Black Pepper
- 1/16 tsp Jalapeno Powder
- 1/8 tsp Brown Sugar
- 1 pinch Dried Garlic Flakes
- 1 pinch Lemon Powder
- 1 small handful Snow or Ice
- 4 oz Water
- 2 oz Vodka
Store dry ingredients in a sealed container or vessel.
Add water and vodka, mix thoroughly.
Top with snow or ice.
Drink and enjoy!
Alternative uses for the Dehydrated Bloody Mary Powder:
1: PIZZA SAUCE: Add 3 oz water to dry ingredients. Mix until all powder is wet. Use on top of bread or crackers for a rich sauce. Try adding oregano and parmesan for more flavor!
2: PASTA SAUCE: Add 4 oz water to dry ingredients. Mix until all powder is wet. Add sauce to pastas or try on rice. Also great with parmesan.
3: TOMATO SOUP STOCK: Add 8 oz water to dry ingredients. Mix until all powder is wet. Stir in your favorite meats, cheeses, and vegetables, and heat over stove or campfire.