Look no further for a margarita recipe the margarita is a classic cocktail that dates back to the 1930s and is just as popular today. Mastering the margarita requires a certain amount of practice but once you dial in your perfect ratio it s a really easy cocktail to replicate.
Jamie s got a frozen margarita recipe guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a spring in your step.
Margarita rezepte. With plenty of ice cubes and fresh fruit it will fill the average mason jar mug perfectly. I used 1 tablespoon of erythritol to sweeten the margaritas but you can use a liquid sweetener like maple syrup if you prefer. Strain it into an ice filled mason jar rimmed if you like and add a few lime wedges.
Freeze the watermelon for a couple of hours to make frozen watermelon margarita. Then the mongrelization began. Calzadores tequila orange liq.
Add a pinch of cayenne pepper to a spicy kick or infuse the margaritas with some. The classic recipe is 3 parts tequila 2 parts triple sec and 1 part freshly squeezed lime juice and you should probably start off pretty close to that but my personal favorite proportions are 4 3 2. To make this margarita shake 2 ounces tequila 1 ounce triple sec and 3 ounces fresh sour mix with ice.
The margarita substituted tequila with lime and salt being the traditional accompaniments. The original or classic margarita is a classic cocktail made with tequila fresh lime juice simple syrup melted sugar in water and triple sec. It s not sickly sweet or full of artificial sweeteners like store bought margarita mix.
Chill out food tubers. You can taste the tequila s natural flavors so it s best suited for a better tequila. Follow the above recipe as if your life depended on it.
For additional flavor you could add in some strawberries pineapple cubes or even passion fruit. When i came upon the margarita in the 70 s it had been reduced to cheap tequila bar mix and a pound of ice to be processed in a blender.