Recipe by germanerin
"My family jokingly calls these 'Catholic Margaritas' because my Catholic relatives make these better than anyone else we know. Despite the powdered sugar these are not too sweet."
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I like this recipe vs the traditional Margarita. I used 1/2 the confectioner's sugar and no salt but that is just a personal choice.
Made these along withe Protestant Margaritas(lol)
for a get together of 12 og my friends & family,
9 gave the Catholic one 5 stars, 1gave it 3 & 2 gave it 41/2. I call it at 5 stars!
Very good! I've never been a tequila fan and have only enjoyed margaritas when they are heavily flavored with raspberry or strawberry. These were so good though! You'd think they'd be too sweet, but it's just about perfect. The vanilla is veerrryyy subtle, but I wouldn't omit it. Thanks! :)
Scaled this to one serving and the confectioner sugar really makes the flavours pop! Bold, daring and oh so refreshing w/ that subtle vanilla hint!
All I can say is: Hail Mary...
Very refreshing! I think next time I will use 3 tablespoons of sugar instead of 2.
Oh YEAH!!! I was throwing a party so I doubled the recipe and added an extra tablespoon of confectioners sugar...SOOOO good!!! And using the limeade instead of the usual sour mix makes it delicious! This recipe will definitely replace my usual one for making Margaritas. Thank you!!
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