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I can't believe this recipe still exsists! I was told this recipe when I was 27 years old! The one thing I would suggest is to use a good quality frozen limeade(store brand looses in flavor).I didn't use crushed ice,just store bought ice which can be handled in a regular blender.Also put the limeade in first,then the ice then the liquor.Love this recipe,make several batches ahead,put in a container into the freezer and just scoop it out anytime and inpress the company.I have always kept this recipe to myself and friends and family were always impressed. Glad to see it is still "floating" around out there. This recipe also does not give you "acid burn" like you will get with the restaurant version.
has anyone tried this with Simply Limeade instead of the frozen stuff? It's what I use for ritas on the rocks and it's very good. i also use Contreau or Patron Orange Liqueur instead of Triple Sec.
I've used this recipe for over 20 years (albeit with 3 oz. of Triple Sec), and it has been an overwhelming favorite from day one.
I love margaritas, but hate paying for them! This recipe is simple and great tasting. However, I used rum instead of tequila and grand marnier instead of triple sec. Also, 2 shots of limoncello made for an extra level of depth in the flavor.
This make a delicious margarita! I went a little lighter on the tequila because it bothers my stomach but really enjoyed it all. Made for Let's P-A-R-T-Y! ~2010
Tested this recipe last night with a friend in preparation for the next bbq. It was so good we went through a second pitcher!
This is a great recipe. I have an old recipe that calls for the 6 ounces limeade, 6 ounces tequila, and 6 ounces of beer, all measured in the limeade can. Try it sometime. You'll like it also!
Made these last night for Cinco de Mayo and really enjoyed them. I like that they don't have the sweet soda in them. Nice, basic recipe and just too easy! I'm sure we'll be having these again.
These were wonderful! Perfectly slushy with just the right taste, and they are made in a snap! Made for PAC Spring 2008. ~Sue