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Salted Karamel Martini Recipe

by Keith Brunell, Dallas, TX | Written on December 1, 2011

Planning or attending a Holiday Party this year? Try this Salted Karamel Martini recipe that everyone will love! This drink is perfect for a cocktail party or serve it as dessert after a savory meal any night of the week.

 

Ingredients:
1.25 oz. Sobieski Karamel Vodka
.75 oz. Patron XO Café
2.0 oz. Half & Half
.50 oz. Simple Syrup
1.0 oz. Monin Caramel Syrup (set aside 1/2  for topping)
1 Dash Kosher Salt
Whipped Cream

Instructions:
1. Add ingredients in a mixing glass with fresh ice
2. Shake vigorously & strain into a martini glass
3. Garnish with whipped cream, followed by a drizzle of caramel and kosher salt

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  • Carole

    Love Martinis!!

  • Linda

    favorite song is my way – how could it be anything else

  • X2cmax

    My favorite Frank song is MY WAY,  Hope that I win a CD………Thank You for the recipes.

  • J.R.

    This isn’t a martini, it’s a brown Russian.

  • C. Miltenberger

    J.R. its a dessert cocktail…I hope you enjoy!

  • Sowonu1

    WHOA!!!!  sounds way sweet… but if its a martini its gotta be good!

  • Karen

    “A Day In The Life Of A Fool”
    “I Thought About You”

  • Chaalad

    That sounds so good… I can’t wait to try this!

  • G5mgr

    Tried ordering it at your restaurant tonight an they had no clue what I was talking about.

  • Guest

    where do i find the monin caramel syrup?

  • Pfaff10

    Verrrry tasty and deliciously different!!  I enjoyed it a lot!!
    Denise

  • Michelejpd

    classic, if they advertise it, they should have it at the restaurant.  Which one?

  • G5mgr

    San Antonio

  • Marichriscam

    I tried ordering it in Tampa last night and they ha no idea either. And the waIter was quite rude about it.

  • Marichriscam

    Waiter that is.

  • Linda

    great but recipe written on dark background can’t read it

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    This Salted Karamel Martini is my one of the favourite recipe. Which is very delicious and testy. Yummy.. I am so excited for eat this  recipe.

  • Elwiemer

    This sounds yummy but I wouldn’t know where to start looking for monin caramel syrup. Any thoughts?  Can I order this martini at the restaurant?

    Betty

  • Maggiano’s Marketing

    Hi Betty,
    I am sorry but this is not currently available in the restaurant. A substitute you should be able to find at a retailer near you would be “Torani” Caramel Syrup or any other Caramel Syrup used for mixing beverages.

    Thank you,
    Maggiano’s Marketing

  • Maggiano’s Marketing

    A substitute you should be able to find at a retailer near you would be “Torani” Caramel Syrup or any other Caramel Syrup used for mixing beverages. I would not suggest the standard caramel syrup used for desserts.

    Thank you,
    Maggiano’s Marketing

  • Maggiano’s Marketing

    We are very sorry to hear that the waiter did not treat you with the respect you deserved. Unfortunately this drink is not available in the restaurant. It is strictly a recipe we are providing for you to make at home to enjoy.

    Thank you,
    Maggiano’s Marketing

  • Maggiano’s Marketing

    We are sorry for the confusion. This is strictly a recipe we provided for our guests to make at home. It is not available in the restaurant.

    Thank you,
    Maggiano’s Marketing

  • Maggiano’s Marketing

    We are sorry for the confusion. This is strictly a recipe we provided for our guests to make at home. It is not available in the restaurant.

    Thank you,
    Maggiano’s Marketing

  • Shugge1031

    Oh I can’t wait to try this one!!  Thanks for sharing.  I love everything about Maggiano’s in San Jose’s Santana Row.  Please open up a restaurant in Folsom CA at the new Palladio center.  You would be perfect there!

  • Ptbsheila

    This is delicious. I am hooked!

  • Dean Kim Becker

    Sounds very YUMMY!!

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