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Strawberry Cucumber Lime Margarita Slushy

I have been craving Margarita lately. She and I have become friends and I plan on really bonding with her over the Summer. Margarita is cool and slick…. depending on her mood she can be a bit sour or tart sweet. I love Margarita and thinks she likes me too. She keeps showing up here at my house in different flavors. Enjoy Strawberry Cucumber Lime Margarita… she’s a nice one. Just be careful she might end up in your kitchen a few times over the Summer.

  • Margarita Time 1 of 4
    Cucumber-Strawberry-Lime-Margarita

    A great summer margarita / adult slushy, one you'll want to drink all through the heat wave. 

  • Dip Your Cup In The Lime Juice 2 of 4
    Lime juice

    Dip the rim of your glass in a shallow dish of lime juice. 

  • Sugar Dip 3 of 4
    sugar tajin

    Dip the glass into a sugar /tajin mixture. 

  • Blender Ready 4 of 4
    marg blender

    Add the agua de fresa y pepino, tequila, ice, a few fresh strawberries, cucumber slices and a couple of tiny lime rinds to a blender. Blend on high till smooth. 

Ingredients for Strawberry Cucumber Lime Margarita:

  • 1- lime (juiced) (cut 1/4 of squeezed lime into thin slices, rind and all)
  • 3 – tablespoons sugar
  • 1 – tablespoon tajin
  • 2 – cups agua de fresa y pepino (Click here for the recipe)
  • 5 – cups ice
  • 1/2 – cup tequila
  • 5 – strawberries
  • 5 – cucumber slices

Directions:

  1.  Juice lime into a shallow bowl and dip edges of glasses in the bowl.
  2. In another shallow dish add sugar and tajin and mix.
  3. Then dip the lime rimmed cups into sugar/tajin mixture. Set to the side.
  4. In a blender add agua de frsa y pepino, ice, tequila, strawberries, cucumber slices, lime rind and remaining lime juice, and remaining sugar/tajin mixture.
  5. Blend until smooth and slushy.
  6. Serve immediately.
  7. Enjoy!

 

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