Lime Margarita - Frozen and on The Rocks - PoorMansGourmet

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To get this complete recipe with all of the exact measurements and ingredients, check out my website: http://poormansgourmetkitchen.com/ These Margarita Mixer Ingredients aren't set in stone. They can be tweaked and perfected to your specific tastes. You might even like to add more juice from other fruits like Lemons and/or Oranges. When I make a Margarita, however, I add Triple Sec, which gives it an orange taste but if you're not using it, when you mix a drink, you might want to consider adding a freshly squeezed Orange. Also, instead of heating the ingredients, try mixing everthing together cold. You might like it better. Both Mixer recipes taste a little different from each other so you should play with each one to see which one you like best. Either way, you'll save a little bit on your pocket book and you just might enjoy making your own Margarita from scratch. Be sure to check out the blog for the exact ingredients and more information you should know about this recipe. Pina Colada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyIeMk0EyXY Red Beer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kUVNmrsFWs 1 New Video per week, usually Wed or Fri Afternoon Subscribe Here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=PoorMansGourmet Twitter: https://twitter.com/PMGKcooking Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoorMansGourmetKitchen Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/PoorMansGourmet/ Most Popular Video: Mongolian Beef https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQT_Yyj3Skk&index=125&list=PLgpSuUqzreMNQbhfJDJvVqq-knsDGEknL Seems like I've got a recipe for just about any occasion, these days. I've got about 300 video recipes posted here on YouTube now and that includes Asian, Italian, Mexican, Cajun, Indian and many other worldly foods. Not to mention all of the classic American or Americanized foods you can find in the USA. My recipe genres break down into some wonderful playlists; Appetizers, Soups and Salads, Pasta and Sauce recipes, Seafood or Chicken recipes. Also Holiday, Barbecue and Party recipes and a whole lot more. So be sure to take a good look at my channel and watch more videos because there's a whole lot more coming your way!

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To get this complete recipe with all of the exact measurements and ingredients, check out my website: http://poormansgourmetkitchen.com/

If you want to know how to make a really a good Margarita, using Lime, this is the way to go. And, I highly recommend making the Italian style Margarita. It's so good. Also, be sure to check out my other recipes to compliment your cocktail. I added several playlists at the end of this video that really complement a Margarita. So
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