New Allison's Mambo Margaritas

"This is from the book "The Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love". They are easy, dangerous and delicious!!"
 
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photo by Rita1652 photo by Rita1652
photo by Rita1652 photo by Rita1652
Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Dump limeade into a large pitcher.
  • Stir in rest of the ingredients, using the can from the limeade to measure the soda and tequila.
  • Serve in glasses rimmed with salt, if desired (I like them salt-free).

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Reviews

  1. LauraBlueEyes
    Easy, delicious, did I mention easy? What is not to like. We have made these three times now for different gatherings, and everyone has enjoyed them. I really like the fact they aren't overly sweet, just smooth. Wonderful, thanks Flower!
     
  2. lovelysoulthief
    I made these for Cinco de Mayo, along with some double decker tacos. I had never made margaritas before, but they were delicious. I probably looked funny in the liquor store trying to decide on a tequila, but I finally settled on Patron Silver. Very yummy!
     
  3. Shamrockluver
    WOW! I was really questioning the beer part. I mixed up 1 serving before mixing up a whole batch. This is awesome.. I may have to double it for my husband and I. Def. making it this way from now on. Not to sweet, not to sour, can't taste the beer at all. Taste like a carbonated margarita. Thank you for a great recipe. Can't wait to share it with company.
     
  4. Bev I Am
    Love this simple and easy recipe! It has become one of my favorites to serve because it is so simple to remember the ingredients and tastes so good with chips and salsa! Thanks for posting, flower!
     
  5. RazorbackFan
    Wow, this was really good! I thought the same thing, beer? We made the first pitcher, just pouring it over ice and the second, we blended with ice. Everyone loved these!
     
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I have a degree in archaeology from a small Ohio college and I work for the Ohio History Connection. My passions are art, music, books, food, history, and cats/animal welfare. I also love photography. I have a 1,000 (plus) piece collection of vintage flower pins from the 1960's, hence the username ha. I also have small collections of vintage butterfly pins, vintage tablecloths, and vintage glass Christmas ornaments. (Can you tell I love vintage?) I took a trip to the Netherlands in March 2006 and fell in love! I doubt it will happen but if I ever have the opportunity I would love to live there.
 
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