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Friday
Jul092010

Margaritas

margaritas!

It's Friday! And you know what this calls for... Margaritas!

These margaritas are absolutely delicious and you best believe me because I do not lie about margaritas. These are very quick and easy to make, going from blender to mouth in less than five minutes. Best served with chips and salsa, summer fruits, and more margaritas.

limes, chips, and salsa

So give a toast to the end the week! To the summer heat, good health, and, most importantly, tequila!

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Margaritas
Adapted from this recipe

Yields 4 servings

1 (6 ounce) can of frozen limeade concentrate
6 ounces tequila
2 ounces triple sec
1 lemon, juiced
crushed ice
1 lime, sliced

margarita ingredients

Put frozen limeade concentrate, tequila, triple sec, and the juice of one lemon into a blender.
Fill the blender with crushed ice. Blend until smooth. Pour into margarita glasses, top off with a slice of lime, and enjoy!

mmm, tequilaadd the crushed ice

Reader Comments (4)

Kristin! This is Lydia. Why is everything on this blog so ADORABLE/AWESOME?? (I have it on my rss feed reader, and I drool and sigh over every picture...)

Also: how do you rim the glasses with salt? I know the method my mom uses, but yours look prettier.

07.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Hey Lydia! I filled a small plate with coarse salt. Then I ran the rim of the glass under water, tipped the glass upside down on the plate, and ground it around until the salt stuck. Very easy!

07.10.2010 | Unregistered CommenterKristin
I use a wedge of lime and run it around the rim of glass - then, dip rim in salt.
09.10.2011 | Unregistered Commentertrish
I use the limeade concentrate to rub around the rim then dip in the salt. Tastes wonderful and the salt will stick to it better.
10.8.2012 | Unregistered CommenterCynthia

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