Scrap Magic 04. Holy Water


Sustenance

21 - 02 - 20

Less of a meal and more of a drink, our Holy Water is a light and refreshing take on the classic Bloody Mary. The recipe calls to utilise the overripe tomatoes rambling in your garden or fruit bowl — a natural source of vitamin C, potassium, folate and vitamin K. Plus, legend has it that drinking tomato juice is a great way to settle an upset stomach, thus making it the holy grail of morning-after cures.

Ingredients


  1. Tomato Water
    8 vine tomatoes
    1/2 serrano chile, roughly chopped
    1/4 red onion
    3-inch piece of lemongrass, tough outer leaves removed and roughly chopped
    large pinch salt
    1/2 lime
    1/2 lemon
    1/2 orange
    cheesecloth



  2. Bloody Mary
    Ice
    tomato water (above)
    40ml Grey Goose Le Citron (or any citrus infused vodka)
    4 cherry tomatoes for garnish




Method In a food processor, purée the tomato juice ingredients until smooth. Line sieve with cheesecloth and set sieve over nonreactive bowl (we used glass). Pour purée into centre of cheesecloth and leave to drain in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, gather the sides of the cheesecloth up over purée to form large sack and gently squeeze to extract the last bits of water. Discard sack and its contents and transfer tomato water to a bowl.

— For an alcoholic Bloody Mary: Fill 4 highball glasses with ice. In each glass, combine tomato water and vodka, stir. Garnish with cherry tomatoes.

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Ingredients


  1. Tomato Water
    8 vine tomatoes
    1/2 serrano chile, roughly chopped
    1/4 red onion
    3-inch piece of lemongrass, tough outer leaves removed and roughly chopped
    large pinch salt
    1/2 lime
    1/2 lemon
    1/2 orange
    cheesecloth



  2. Bloody Mary
    Ice
    tomato water (above)
    40ml Grey Goose Le Citron (or any citrus infused vodka)
    4 cherry tomatoes for garnish




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