Brunch is a beloved meal—for good reason. It’s an excuse to cure hangovers by soaking up grease-filled foods and drinking boozy beverages before 10 a.m. See? What’s not to love? And now that this restaurant started topping its Bloody Mary cocktails with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, you’ll love the in-between breakfast and lunch meal even more!
You have the Center Hub Bar in Irvine, California to thank for this crispy concoction. They’re not only topping their Bloody Marys with spicy, crunchy Cheetos, but they’re also lining the rim in Cheeto dust. So, yeah. Consider this your new favorite mash-up.
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Fortunately for those not in California, it’s not difficult to recreate this recipe at home. Tomato juice, vodka and a bag of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos are a few of the key ingredients you’ll need to whip this up in your very own kitchen.
See how it’s done:
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Pulverizing the Cheetos in a food processor will make them just the right consistency for lining the rim of the glass. So you can easily incorporate this aspect into any Bloody Mary recipe.
You may want to give this version a go, considering Jamie Oliver has dubbed this the “Best Bloody Mary.”
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Sure sounds yummy!
And if you’re into the idea of adding Flamin’ Hot Cheetos to a few more of your favorite things to devour, you may want to do a quick search in YouTube. Because when you do, you’ll reveal a whole new world of Cheeto-covered food recipes.
For instance, there’s a tutorial for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos mozzarella sticks.
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There’s even Flamin’ Hot Cheetos mac ‘n cheese.
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The list goes on and on.
If you’re craving a bag of Cheetos right about now, we can’t say we blame you. You can start adding them to pretty much anything you eat, thankfully. But if you’re testing recipes—you may want to start with the Bloody Mary. You know, just to help get the creative cooking juices flowing!