Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Unusual but Delicious

One of my favorite ingredients is Maggi sauce. In previous posts, I've shared some of my top secret recipes with you using Maggi sauce for appetizers and entertaining.

Since I'm enjoying my mini-vacation in Mexico right now, I thought that it would be appropriate to share my recipe for a Michelada with you. Micheladas are common all over Mexico and are particularly refreshing at the beach or pool on a hot day.



Ingredients:
12 oz. Mexican Beer, non-dark, (Negro Modelo or Corona)
2 dashes of Maggi sauce (Jugo Sazonador)
2 dashes of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce
2 dashes Tabasco brand hot sauce
juice from 2 small green Mexican limes

Mix all the ingredients except the beer in a glass, stir well. Add a few ice cubes.
You can also rim the glass with salt before serving, chili and salt if you're brave!

xoxo

9 comments:

  1. I loved Micheladas so much when I was pregnant last summer because you could substitute the beer for non-alcoholic beer and it tasted almost exactly the same! I'll have to try your recipe, but with real beer this time. :) Great post!

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  2. That sounds yummy...I love all those ingredients too. I will most defiantely try that. Have a great day in Mexico!!

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  3. Yes, and I'm adding some new pics to this post -- it's a block from my house and adorable, therefore dangerous!

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  4. omg I LOVE micheladas -- like lighter, refreshing Bloody Marys

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  5. mmmmm, I'm going to have to try this drink! Sounds yummy!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Hope you're having a great time in Mexico!!! :)
    XOXO- Vy

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  6. Bought some Maggi sauce after your last post. I will have to try these.

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  7. Sounds delicious! Have a wonderful time in Mexico! Can't wait to hear about your adventures.

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  8. That cocktail looks deeeeelish! You had me at Mexican beer!

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  9. Those Micheladas sound delish! I clicked on your link for maggi sauce. I've grown up eating it but never knew that it wasn't actually soy sauce! (who knew!) With that revelation in mind, I will certainly have to experiment more with it. Hope you are enjoying your Mexican siesta!

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