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Meat Shot Glasses Recipe

06.25.2012

Soooo, a few months ago we were on an awesome, Chicago food show, Chicago’s Best TV. We had a couple of awesome recipes and our catering operation showcased. The response was pretty impressive, we had a lot of people contacting us to cater their weddings, birthday parties, funerals, all sorts of things.

Anyways, the other request was the recipe for the meat shot glasses that we used for our homemade bacon vodka. The only problem was, there really wasn’t a recipe for the meat shot glasses. The focus was supposed to be on the homemade bacon vodka, but America is obsessed with food creations, hence the popularity of things like Epic Mealtime and, well, Manbque Meat Architecture. The overwhelming demands dictated that we create a recipe which meant us making/drinking more bacon vodka just so we could perfect the meat shot glass. I’m sure you feel sorry for us. Well, “America, this meat shot glass recipe is for you!”

Side note: This can also be called the Holly Rebecca recipe because she’s been harassing us for the recipe and I’m afraid if we don’t post it she might come after us with a rusty chef’s knife…

What you need:
Stainless steel shot glasses with no logos or designs on it.(unless you don’t mind toxic fumes)

Meat Shot Glasses Recipe Recipe

By Jesse Valenciana Published: June 25, 2012

    Soooo, a few months ago we were on an awesome, Chicago food show, Chicago's Best TV. We had a couple of awesome recipes and our …

    Ingredients


    Steps


    1. Blend all of your ingredients together in a medium bowl
    2. Make 8-1/8lb balls of your mixture (heh, heh, we said 'balls')
    3. Gently pack the meat around the shot glass, make sure it gets around the whole glass and has no punctures or breaks
    4. Place on the grill, open side down
    5. Evenly sear the meat around the glass then place them on the top rack of the grill for about 7 minutes
    6. Fill your shot glasses with homemade bacon vodka, if you're too lazy, we recommend Bakon Vodka!
    • 1lb ground beef, 80/20, ask the butcher for double ground (should yield 8 shot glasses)

    • 2 jalapeno peppers, seeds removed and minced

    • 5 cloves garlic, minced

    • 2 tsp

    • 1 tsp pepper

    • 1 tsp arbol chile powder

    The Setup


    1

    Blend all of your ingredients together in a medium bowl


    2

    Make 8-1/8lb balls of your mixture (heh, heh, we said 'balls')


    3

    Gently pack the meat around the shot glass, make sure it gets around the whole glass and has no punctures or breaks


    4

    Place on the grill, open side down


    5

    Evenly sear the meat around the glass then place them on the top rack of the grill for about 7 minutes


    6

    Fill your shot glasses with homemade bacon vodka, if you're too lazy, we recommend Bakon Vodka!


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