Zing Zang – Bloody Mary Mix

Rarely do I recommend a product and never something like a bloody Mary Mix, but this is the best mix I have ever tasted.



Zing Zang 1


I ordered another batch and it seems that UPS smashed the entire order and the Zing Zang Company was kind enough to call me and let me know they were shipping another order. I happened to mention how much I loved this product and the gentleman from the company asked me if I had ever cooked with Zing Zang? “Can you do that?” was my reply.

Well, take the Zing Zang, marinate skinned boneless chicken breasts overnight. 

breast marinating


Turn occasionally.

breast maarinating 1

I just grilled it. In retrospect I should have followed the recipe on their website.

2 whole chicken breasts
1 medium onion, diced
2 stalks celery, diced
1 teaspoon dill weed
2 cups cooked sun dried tomato pasta
2 tablespoons butter
2 1/2 cups Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix
2 carrots, sliced
1 clove garlic, chopped
2 green onions, chopped
Salt and Pepper to taste
2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese

Skin and bone chicken breasts. Cut each in half. Marianate chicken in 1/2 cup Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix overnight.

Heat skillet, add butter and chicken breasts, turning after 5 minutes. Add onions, carrots, celery and garlic, simmer approximately 3 minutes. Add dill weed and 2 cups Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix. Simmer over low heat until chicken is done.

Serve over cooked pasta and sprinkle with green onions and parmesan cheese.

For and extra treat, add sun dried tomatoes.

Or you could just have a Bloody Mary.


5 Responses to “Zing Zang – Bloody Mary Mix”

  1. 1 shauna Aminzadeh September 18, 2009 at 3:09 pm

    Hi there,

    I do PR for many outlets such as Los Angeles magazine, Beverly Center, Hotels, and many amazing restaurants in Los Angeles. I would love to add you to my media list for press release and food events if you are interested. Please send me your name and your email address!


  2. 2 lizziee September 18, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    Shauna, just so you know I do not attend blogger events, PR events, accept any meals for free, accept any favors or publicize restaurants. I love good food and I want to support the restaurant community the best way I know how – just go eat and try as best as I can to honestly and hopefully objectively post my meal without personal prejudice. I hope you enjoy my site – it is a hobby and a labor of love.

  3. 3 Rupert Hitzig September 18, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    Dear Lizzie,
    You know that I have recommended your website to many, and love it. I read it religiously. I am going to buy Zing Zang, and I am going to go get some oysters at the Blue Plate.
    Thanks for your good work.

  4. 4 Shane Gauthier May 24, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    I’m desperately seeking Zing Zang after Continental Airlines forced me to remove the 2 giant jugs I attempted to smuggle out of New Orleans in my checked bag, which put it over the unannounced 70lb limit. In retrospect I probably should have ditched 10 lbs of shoes or books or strewn a whole bunch of clothes all over the check in counter just to make a point. Either way I landed in Boston with a whole bunch of hot sauce and spiced pickled green beans and ochre but alas no mix. So leave it to the internet to find a connection between Zing Zang and fried clams. Mrs. Refined Palate blogger (didn’t catch name) you apparently marinate chicken in Zing Zang (awesome idea) and also crave a good New England fried clam from time to time. Maybe you can tip me off to a good place to order or buy Zing Zang in return for a good fried clam tip. As a kid I worked summers as a fry cook at the home of the fried clam: Woodman’s “eat in the rough” in Essex MA. Literally on the high tide line of the Essex river I can’t count the times that fishermen pushed fresh catch through the back fry pit window for a quick lunch-to-go, always offering a some to anyone in earshot. Satellite Essex and you’ll see the unique clam flat assets at the mouth of the river.

    Now go get your spice on and review something in New Orleans already!

  5. 5 lizziee May 24, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    Shane, I ordered it over the internet at


    I have probably hit every clam shack close to Boston. My new favorite is Neptune Oyster as it is close to Logan and I can be off the plane and at Neptune in about 16 minutes. See my post on Neptune and tell them lizziee sent you!

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