Pickled Caesar

The Caesar is a classic cocktail — but this version adds a twist.





April 1, 2018


photo courtesy of The Rec Room


The Caesar is a classic cocktail — but this version adds a twist.

Recipe

Courtesy of The Rec Room

1.5 oz  Vodka

Clamato juice, to fill

Montreal steak spice

1 Large egg white or Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)

1 heaping espresso spoon of sambal oelek

2 dashes Worcestershire sauce

1 pickled saddled egg

Rim Caesar glass with EVOO and Montreal steak spice, then fill glass with ice. Pour vodka into glass; add sambal oelek and Worcestershire sauce. Top with Clamato juice and garnish with pickled saddled egg. Place a drizzle of EVOO and a pinch of salt on the pickled egg.

Pickled Saddled Egg

1 slice summer salami

1 pickled egg, halved lengthwise

1 pickle spear

Skewer

Curve salami into a saddle shape. Place the half egg, yolk side up, in salami. Insert the pickle spear beside the egg so that they sit side by side. Put a skewer through all three, and use to garnish the drink.

1725 99 St., 780-702-1332 and 8882 170 St., 780-900-8714, therecroom.com


This article appears in the April 2018 issue of Avenue Edmonton. Subscribe here.


 

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