Super Simple Margarita Recipe
Let's face it, time is running out on being able to enjoy summery drinks like Margaritas here in the Northeast. That's not to say you can't drink a Margarita when it's raining/snowing/frigid out, but it's just not as much fun. It's a summer drink.
In order to maximize your time with Margarita glass in hand before summer runs out, our friend Greg over at Urban Monarch sent over an extremely simple and quick recipe. Now get to blendin' before the sun disappears for 6 months or so!
Here's what you need:
- 12 oz Frozen Limeade Concentrate (available at any grocery store)
- 12 oz Sprite or carbonated lemon-lime drink of your choice
- 12 oz Corona
- 12 oz Tequila
So, a frozen limeade, a can of sprite, a bottle of corona, and tequila (use the empty limeade can to measure out your tequila). Mix it up, break out the margarita salt, and enjoy before the summer's gone!
A word of caution: don't put it in a blender and think you can use the low "Stir" setting to mix it. You'll lose half the margaritas as it spews out the top and all over your kitchen. Yes, I'm kitchen-challenged - even with blenders.
via Urban Monarch
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 1, 2006 9:40 AM
It's nothing short of blasphemy to call this recipe a "margarita." Margaritas have lime juice, tequila, and triple sec (or other orange liquer of your choice) PERIOD.
This may be a tasty concoction, but it needs another name!