Cattleman's Texas Martini

Cattleman's Texas Martini Recipe

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Lori Loucas


I found this recipe while looking for my tartar sauce recipe on the Talk O'Texas website. This martini sounds amazing, if you like martinis. I think just eating the vodka-soaked pickles would be just as fine! Tito's Vodka is handmade in Texas, too!



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5 Min
12 Hr


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  • 1 jar(s)
    16 0z talk o' texas hot pickled okra
  • 2 Tbsp
  • 6 oz
    tito's handmade vodka

How to Make Cattleman's Texas Martini


  1. Remove lid from jar of pickled okra, invert and completely drain all liquid while holding okra in jar. Discard liquid.
  2. Add Vermouth and vodka to jar, replace lid. Place mixture in refrigerator to age over night.
  3. After aging, pour liquid from mixture into a large ice filled shaker. Shake very well. Strain into three chilled martini glasses.
  4. Place one pickled okra in each glass, snack on remaining pickled okra while savoring the best ever martini with a couple of your closest friends.

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About Cattleman's Texas Martini

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American
Hashtag: #Texas

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