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Habanero Michelada And Mango Seafood Salad Tostadas

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Habanero Michelada with Clamato

The Michelada is a beer cocktail that originates in Mexico and is very popular throughout Central America, specially during the hotter months of the year. Michelada stands for “mi chela helada” which translates to “my cold beer”; chela being slang for cerveza. Back home in Guatemala as soon as the weather started getting hotter right before Semana Santa people would start drinking Micheladas instead of just plain chelas or cervezas. There’s just something about the a refreshing Michelada that spells summer and it’s not a real Michelada without Clamato juice!

Habanero Michelada with Clamato

The weather here in Florida is already pretty hot and we’ve been hitting the beach pretty often during the weekends and sometimes even on a weekday. I decided to celebrate the start of the weekend with a beach picnic. Since we have a beach about 15 minutes away from home I can pack a picnic basket and we can enjoy a picnic dinner at the beach while we watch the sunset any day, especially during summer when it’s still light out at 8pm.

mango crab salad

 

Habanero Michelada with Clamato and mango crab salad For this picnic I packed some seafood salad I picked up at Walmart’s deli. I added a few ingredients to make it my own including fresh mango, cilantro and chili as well as some tostadas to make some delicious mango and seafood salad tostadas!

mango crab salad

For the beach picnic I made a spicy Michelada and also added some orange juice. The combination of the heat, the Clamato juice and the splash of orange juice really made for a refreshing and delicious Michelada.

mango crab salad

Habanero Michelada Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 teaspoon of English sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of your favorite Mexican habanero hot sauce
  • 1 bottle of your favorite Mexican lager beer
  • 1 cup of ice
  • Juice of one lime
  • 4 ounces of Clamato original (I used the 64 oz bottle)
  • Orange juice to taste
  • Ice
  • Chili-salt blended powder for rimming (or a mixture of salt, chile and dehydrated lime)

Habanero Michelada with Clamato

Instructions

1. Mix all ingredients except beer and Clamato in a shaker and shake briefly.

2. Pour a the ice into a glass or mason jar rimmed with chili-salt blended powder.

3. Pour Clamato and orange juice mixture over ice.

Habanero Michelada with Clamato

4. Finally pour beer slowly so that it won’t foam up.  

5. Mix softly with a long spoon.

6. Garnish with habaneros.

Habanero Michelada with Clamato and mango crab salad

Clamato is the classic ingredient for Micheladas, which are authentic and have a delicious tomato clam juice taste.  During the summer months we always have Clamato at home so we can make a refreshing Michelada for any occasion whether it’s a BBQ, a cookout or a picnic. I always get the Clamato original at my neighborhood Walmart, you can find it in the juice aisle.

Habanero Michelada with Clamato

National Michelada Day is on July 12 so be sure to celebrate with a delicious and refreshing Michelada. You can try my Michelada recipe or make it your own by adding a fun twist. Visit the My Michelada Match website to check out other great Michelada recipes and pairings!

About the author

Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz

Paula moved from her native Guatemala to SW Florida with her husband and two children and together they are discovering what it means to live life between two languages.

Paula studied architecture who now makes a living as a freelance writer, traveler and amateur photographer. She started her writing & publishing career as the editor of Bebé y Mamá, the first parenting magazine in Guatemala. She is the founder of www.GrowingUpBilingual.com and www.365thingsswfl.com and writes articles in Spanish and English for both magazines and the web on travel, food and bicultural and bilingual parenting .

When she is not on a plane or road trip she likes to create recipes inspired in the flavors of her native Guatemala.

Permanent link to this article: http://growingupbilingual.com/2017/latino-parenting/habanero-michelada-mango-seafood-salad-tostadas/

2 comments

  1. Jenny

    Wow looks amazing… so hot here in Europe too,we need something like this😍

  2. Brian

    Yeah, I would love to have one right now. I’m drinking some homemade lemonade now, will try your recipe tomorrow!
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