CLASSIC CANADIAN CAESAR FOOD



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This drink is very popular in Canada. Take a lick of the celery salt and then a drink of the Caesar through the straw for the proper Caesar experience.

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Time 5m

Yield 1

Number Of Ingredients 8

1 lime wedge
1 tablespoon celery salt, or as needed
ice cubes, as needed
1 fluid ounce vodka
1 dash Worcestershire sauce, or to taste
1 dash hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®), or to taste
8 fluid ounces tomato and clam juice cocktail (such as Clamato®)
1 celery stick
Calories204.1 calories
Carbohydrate30.5 g
Fat0.7 g
Fiber2.3 g
Protein2.5 g
SaturatedFat0.1 g
Sodium5407.7 mg
Sugar9.5 g

Steps:

  • Wet the rim of a cocktail glass with the lime wedge; set aside for garnish. Place celery salt in a small dish, and press the rim of the glass into the salt to coat. Add ice to the glass.
  • Pour vodka, Worcestershire sauce, and hot pepper sauce over the ice; top with tomato-clam juice. Garnish with lime wedge and celery stick. Serve with a straw.

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