Snap Pea Vodka Sour by colljeffers | Quick & Easy Recipe | The Feedfeed
Snap Pea Vodka Sour
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"Snap Pea Sours, anyone? The days are getting warmer, and I'm seeing more and more spring produce appear in my farm market. If you don't mind veggies in your drinks and can get your hands on some snap peas, I highly recommend you head outside to enjoy the sunshine with one of these in hand. This light, vegetal sour couldn’t be a better ambassador for the garden season! ? 2 oz snap pea infused vodka 1 oz ginger liqueur (I used Canton) .5 oz fresh squeezed/strained lemon juice 1 egg white 2 cucumber slices (plus 1 for garnish) 2 oz tonic water ? For the infusion, combine ⅔ cup roughly chopped snap peas with 1 cup vodka. Let sit for one hour, stirring occasionally, then strain through cheesecloth or a nut milk bag. Store in fridge. ? For the cocktail, muddle the cucumber with the vodka in a separate bowl or cup (I use a measuring glass for easy pouring), then strain into a cocktail shaker. Add the ginger liqueur, lemon juice, egg white, and two ice cubes. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Fill a rocks glass with ice and two ounces of tonic water. Pour the cocktail over the tonic water and garnish with an additional slice of cucumber. Optional garnish: pea shoots (as pictured) or mint."
-- @colljeffers
Recipe Intro From colljeffers
Pure snap pea perfection! Gives new meaning to waiting all year for snap peas!

Ingredients

2 oz snap pea infused vodka
1 oz ginger liqueur (I used Canton)
.5 oz fresh squeezed/strained lemon juice
1 egg white
2 cucumber slices (plus 1 for garnish)
2 oz tonic water

Directions
For the infusion, combine ⅔ cup roughly chopped snap peas with 1 cup vodka. Let sit for one hour, stirring occasionally, then strain through cheesecloth or a nut milk bag. Store in fridge.

For the cocktail, muddle the cucumber with the vodka in a separate bowl or cup (I use a measuring glass for easy pouring), then strain into a cocktail shaker. Add the ginger liqueur, lemon juice, egg white, and two ice cubes. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Fill a rocks glass with ice and two ounces of tonic water. Pour the cocktail over the tonic water and garnish with an additional slice of cucumber. Optional garnish: pea shoots (as pictured) or mint.