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Mandarin Margaritas

Submitted by: gema 
Home Town: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Living In: Seattle, Washington, USA
Fresh tangerine juice and agave nectar sweeten tequila in this blended margarita recipe. 
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Catholic Blended Margaritas

Submitted by: germanerin 
Home Town: Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
These margaritas are sweetened with confectioners' sugar and feature a drop of vanilla extract. 
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Mama D's Very Berry Margaritas

Submitted by: Mama Delilah 
Living In: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
This frozen margarita is a berrilicious treat. Sweet, cool, and goes down smooth. Great for unwinding on a hot day or any festive occasion. 
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Margaritas Maravillosos

Submitted by: Christine W. 
Home Town: Ballwin, Missouri, USA
Living In: Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA
To make these marvelous margaritas, blend frozen limeade and golden tequila with triple sec and lime juice. Careful, these pack a wallop. 
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Blue Lagoon Margaritas

Submitted by: hoglundks 
Blend tequila, Blue Curacao, lime juice, pineapple juice, and sour mix together with ice to create this delicious Blue Lagoon margarita. 
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Margaritas with a Bite

Submitted by: Danielle 
Blend, blend, blend! These margaritas are great for hot summer days, as they melt slowly staying nice and COLD! Serve with or without salt. 
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Easy Frozen Margaritas

Submitted by: USA WEEKEND columnist Pam Anderson 
Authentic margaritas call for lots of fresh lime juice - both expensive and time-consuming. I've found I can shortcut the process by using frozen limeade. And for a festive non-alcoholic drink, combine a 12-ounce can of limeade (thawed) with a 48-ounce bottle of sparkling water. 
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Banana Margaritas

Submitted by: Todd S 
The classic lime margarita gets a new twist with the addition of bananas. 
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Parker's Famous Margaritas

Submitted by: squawk93 
Living In: Seattle, Washington, USA
This is the signature drink at my in-law's home. My father-in-law developed a taste for margaritas made from scratch during the summer they spent in Zihuatanejo during the 1960s. After decades of tinkering he has arrived at this foolproof recipe for the ultimate Mexican cocktail. 
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Frozen Melon Margaritas

Submitted by: sherry1345 
Frozen melon margaritas are a refreshing blend of tart and sweet, perfect for hot summer days. 
 
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