How to Make a Margarita. Salt the rim of a 10 to 12-ounce glass.; Add crushed ice to fill glass two-thirds full.; Pour lime juice, orange liqueur, and tequila over ice. Stir for 10 seconds to combine, slightly dilute, and chill the drink to absolute perfection.; Taste test and add a bit of simple syrup if drink is too strong or tart for your liking. Give another stir.
Run a wedge of lime around each glass and coat in kosher salt. In a pitcher, pour in the lime juice, tequila, orange liqueur and powdered sugar and mix the ingredients until the sugar has dissolved completely.
Shake all the ingredients with cracked ice in a cocktail shaker until the exterior frosts. Strain into a glass over rocks, or “up” into a cocktail glass.
With National Margarita day around the corner, February 22nd to be exact, here's the best and most authentic margarita recipe I know. Trust me — I'm Mexican. Whenever I fly to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, to visit family, my aunt and uncle treat me to the most refreshing and effective authentic margaritas.
The Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America—for good reason. Combining the tang of lime and the sweetness of orange liqueur with the distinctive strength of tequila, the classic Margarita strikes all of the right keys.
So, what I’m giving you below is my favorite margarita recipe. It’s how I make them to my taste. I don’t like them super-boozy. I do like them very limey. And I like a touch of sweet. I’ll also give you some suggestions for crafting your own perfect best recipe. 1) Lay on (or off) the booze.
Directions. In a pitcher, combine first five ingredients; stir until sugar is dissolved. Moisten rims of 4 margarita or cocktail glasses with lime wedges.
About the recipe. Here's our take on a classic margarita, no sour mix needed. The bright tartness from the lime plus the sweetness of the agave nectar blend to make a perfectly-balanced cocktail. The best thing about this margarita -- aside from its simplicity -- is that you can riff off of this basic formula.
Today I’m going to share some tips and tricks and 3 recipes for you to make your margaritas at home using real fruit! The key to making a margarita with real fruit is the simple syrup. This is just a basic combination of sugar and water, heated and stirred so that the sugar completely dissolves. Without this the drink will come out kind of bland.
Combine tequila, agave syrup, and juice in a cocktail shaker; fill with ice and shake well. Strain into prepared glass. Garnish with second lime slice.