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Yummy Margaritas Recipe
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Yummy Margaritas

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"Frozen lime margaritas made with beer."

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    5 mins

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  1. In a blender combine limeade, beer and tequila. Fill blender to the top with ice. Blend until thick and smooth.
  2. Salt the rims of 2 large margarita glasses. To do so, pour salt onto a small plate, moisten the rims of the glasses on a damp towel and press them into the salt.
  3. Serve the margaritas in the salted glasses and garnish with slices of lime.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Jun 01, 2005

I've made this recipe but with 12 ounces of beer, tequila and water in addition to the limeade for an "on the rocks" margarita. It's the best!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Mar 30, 2009

We made these last evening and have to say we were not crazy about the results, I agree I did not taste the beer at all but the limeaide was a bit overwhelming. I added some frozen strawberries which helped some but probably would not make this recipe again.Thanks for sharing I am always looking for a new recipe and can say by the reviews I am in the minority.


43 Ratings

Jan 02, 2005

I have used a similar recipe for years...one difference same recipe just add 6 oz orange juice (not concentrate)it cuts the bitter taste a bit. The best!!

Jul 13, 2004

This is the same recipe my friend served to us on "Girls night out". It's so very good and so easy. I have served it to my guests and they could not believe there was beer in it and has only three ingredients. Good, quick and easy, what more could you ask for... I used this recipe for our "mexican night" and my brother made the authentic triple sec, lime juice, tequila margarita and everyone like these much better. I did use the lime to moisten the rim of the glass before the salt. I have been even keeping the leftovers in the blender glass in the freezer and whenever I want a margarita, I just pop it back on the blender base and enjoy one anytime.

May 24, 2004

These are just as good as what you would get in a restaurant. However I found that they had a bitter aftertaste. I tried adding some sugar but it didn't help. It might be because of the beer I used (Stella Artois) or because I was a little short on ice cubes (by almost a cup). I'll definitely be trying these again but with more ice and a different type of beer.

Jun 01, 2005

We made these for our cinco de mayo party this year and they were FABULOUS. Everyone loved them and they were quite strong, which was exactly what we were looking for. They were also very easy to make and much less expensive than traditional margaritas, I'll make these again and again.

Jan 22, 2005

What's not to like? I am not sure if it is psychological or not, but Corona beer works best!

Sep 03, 2004

Delicioso! Yummy margarita indeed! These are so easy and they taste authentic. Be careful though, they are potent.


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