Well, folks... when it's 109 degrees outside, like it is today in Texas, it's an understatement to say that a cold, refreshing beverage would hit the spot. Since it's the weekend(and hey, you've gotta keep cool somehow), we would like to suggest making a fresh batch of these easy frozen margaritas to beat the heat this afternoon!
1-2-3 Easy Margaritas (from our friend Kate)
You will need:
1 can frozen limeade concentrate
Tequila (preferably Sauza Silver)
Gin (we Tanqueray, do you?)
Margarita Salt to rim glasses (optional)
Sliced limes for garnish
1. Throw the can of frozen limeade concentrate into the blender.
2. Fill the blender with 2 parts Tequila + 1 part Gin + a shot of Grand Marnier (just for fun) - you can make it as weak or as strong as you like, just keep the proportions in this ratio.
3. Add ice until you get the consistency you desire.
Using a slice of lime to rim the edge of the glass, place face-down in the margarita salt and give it a good twist. Pour the margarita mix in the glass and serve cold! Garnish with a lime wedge if desired. See now, wasn't that easy? And it's the perfect treat for a scorching hot day this summer - give it a try!
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