Margaritas are a popular and timeless tequila-based cocktail. Often associated with Mexico, a margarita is a common drink choice during the summer and in more tropical climates. During hot weather, a frozen margarita can be a great way to cool down. If you want to prepare a delicious frozen margarita, you will need some essentials and a proper plan of action.
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Things you need
- 2 qt. ice cubes
- 340gr can frozen limeade concentrate
- 340gr tequila
- 1/4 cup triple sec
- Margarita salt
- Lime slices
- Margarita glasses
Prepare the blender for use. Put 6 qt. of ice cubes into the blender. Add 170gr of tequila and 2 tbsp of triple sec. Pour half of the limeade into the blender, then put the lid on the blender. Blend the contents at the highest speed possible. Stop blending when the contents are relatively smooth.
Remove the lid from the blender. Pour the concoction into a pitcher, then place the pitcher in the freezer. Place the margarita glasses, salt and plate on the work area. Pour some of the salt onto the plate. Rub a lime against the rim of each glass to moisten the rims. Place the rims of the glasses in the salt.
Remove the pitcher from the freezer after the contents are ice cold with a slushy consistency. The drink will retain this consistency outside of the blender, but allowing it to sit in the freezer for a while will give the margarita the more extreme coldness it needs. Pour the mixture into the glasses. Garnish the glasses and then serve the drinks.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to make additional rounds of drinks if necessary.
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