Introduction: Deconstructed Screwdriver

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Frozen ball of orange juice bathed in vodka!

Step 1: Ingredients

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Orange Juice

Vodka

Ice Ball Maker - http://goo.gl/b43v7r

Food Syringe

Martini Glass

Step 2: Open and Fill the Ice Ball Maker

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Fill half the ice ball maker with orange juice and securely close the lid.

Step 3: Fill to Rim With Food Syringe

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Fill a food syringe with orange juice and inject into top hole of ice ball mold until its full.

Step 4: Freeze

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Place in freezer for about 2-3 hours until the orange juice spheres are frozen solid.

Step 5: Open the Mold

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Carefully open the mold. It might stick a bit.

Without touching the orange juice sphere turn the mold upside down over the martini glass and gently push from the bottom of the mold until juice sphere falls into glass.

Step 6: Add the Vodka!

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Now just pour your favorite vodka into the glass and voila!

You can do the same with cranberry juice for a deconstructed Cosmopolitan!

Comments

grannyjones (author)2015-01-16

One could add a bit of blue food coloring to the OJ, and have a spooky green ball in their vodka. Green eggs & ham?

robert.bladh.1 (author)2014-12-24

This is optimized, you both get drunk and a headfreeze at the same time, it means that you dont have to wait for the hangover to get a headache

bakdrft (author)2014-12-23

how is this deconstructed?

sansoy (author)bakdrft2014-12-23

Good Question! This subject is always being debated. According to one chef, "I would take it mean that the individual components would be arranged separately, rather than combined"

Here's one reference link on what Deconstructed means: http://www.cheftalk.com/t/49716/what-does-deconstructed-mean

Raitis (author)2014-12-22

Looks like a raw egg in a martini glass. I like it!

radiograf (author)Raitis2014-12-22

Be a great thing to serve at Hallowe'en.

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