Yield: Yields 6 cocktails
Pairing the flavors of a shrimp cocktail with herbaceous gin and dry vermouth yields a playful, surprisingly delicious—dare we say, ingenious?—martini. You’ll have leftover pickled shrimp and tomatoes to make a tasty first course: Simply toss with about 2 Tbs. extra-virgin olive oil and serve with crusty bread.
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Make Ahead Tips
The pickled shrimp and tomatoes can be prepared up to 5 days ahead. Refrigerate them in their pickling liquid, covered.
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