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This Michelada recipe is basic and absolutely delicious. It consists of a salt rimmed glass full of lime juice, beer and ice. Super refreshing.
I also made a Michelada Especial for you. This one has the same ingredients but adds a dash of Tabasco or Cholula or Tapatio; a dash of Worcestershire sauce or Maggi sauce; a pinch of salt and a pinch of black pepper. Both are very, very good.
I tend to like strong flavors and this amount of lime juice might be too much for you. You might want to start with 2 TBS first and see if you add more. For me, it is the perfect amount.
Although any beer will work great here, try and use a Mexican one for a better result. Whatever you decide I am sure you will love this!
Here is what you are going to need for this:
Makes one 8 oz. glass of beer
½ a 12 oz. bottle of Mexican beer
3 TBS lime juice
Dash Tabasco or Tapatio or Cholula
Dash Worcestershire or soy sauce or Maggi Sauce
Pinch of salt
Pinch of black pepper
Salt to rim the glass — place it on a plate
Cut lime for the rim
Rub some cut lime on the rim of your chilled glass and place the wet rim on the salt. Carefully pin the glass so as to cover the whole rim.
Add some ice cubes into the glass and 3 TBS lime juice. Add the beer and serve.
FOR MICHELADA ESPECIAL (SPECIAL):
Add 3 TBS lime juice to a salt rimmed chilled glass. Add a dash of hot sauce, dash of Worcestershire, pinch of salt and pinch of pepper. Mix with a spoon.
Add the ice and pour in the beer. Serve and enjoy!
Especial – CALORIES 97.79; FAT 0.12 grs (sat 0.03; mono 0.02; poly 0.04); PROTEIN 1.26 grs ; FIBER 0.68 grs; CARBS 12.33 grs; CHOLESTEROL 0.00 mg; IRON 0.32 mg; SODIUM 364.93 mg; CALCIUM 23.63 mg
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