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Mango Margarita

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Sipping Saturday 

Today’s Margarita is inspired by the mango paletas I made last week.  As I peeled my mangos to make the paletas my tiny kitchen swirled with the aroma of a tropical paradise.  I knew by Saturday my body, soul and brain would be in need of little tropical getaway.  What better way to soothe away a stressful week than with a Mango Margarita? Enjoy! 

Mango con Chile is popular street treat sold in Mexico.  The Chile is either sprinkled on paletas, fresh fruit or incorporated into dried mango strips.  Look for this chile in the latin section of your store.  If the chile rim is not your flavor, rim your glass with salt and enjoy.  Fresh juice is the key to this margarita and the lime juice the mango a flavor pop.

Mango Margarita

by Sweet Life

by Vianney Rodriguez

makes 4 margaritas

salt or Chile powder

lime wedges

1 cup tequila

1 cup fresh mango juice

1/3 cup fresh lime juice

1/2 cup Cointreau

ice cubes

On a small plate spread salt.  With lime wedges moisten rim of 6 ounce glasses.  Dip glasses into salt or Chile powder.   Place glasses into freezer to chill.

In a pitcher combine tequila, mango juice, lime juice and Cointreau.  Remove glasses from freezer and serve margarita mixture over ice. Garnish with lime slices.

Crave more Margarita? Why not try these?

 

Margarita Mania

Strawberry Margarita

Guava Margarita

Carrot Margarita

Citrus Margarita

Cantaloupe Margarita

Papaya Margarita

Pina y Pepino Margarita

Watermelon Margarita

 

 

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19 Responses to Mango Margarita

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  4. I definitely have to make these! I’m nuts about mangoes, and I’m nuts about margaritas, but I never tried a mango margarita before. I love chili and margarita together but I can’t find the special chili powder that’s used with sweets. I was told that the chili powder is a mix and it’s sweeter. I hope I can find it! :)

  5. A margarita with mango sounds just delightful!

  6. No no, I am all good with the chile powdered rim…just bring it by as is :)
    P.S. I had a mango for breakfast and now I feel a tad disappointed in the experience ;)

  7. You know, Sweetlife, I’m beginning to think you are trying to turn me into a lush. Every time I visit your blog, there is the perfect, refreshing summer drink, just waiting for me. It never fails to make my mouth water! I love the addition of chili on the rim…what a nice kick and a great idea.

  8. Another margarita!! And it sounds reall good too :) I love tropical flavours- and I especially love mango! btw, I love your pictures!!

  9. So, so pretty! Such an intense color! Great post!

  10. When again are you publishing that margarita book again, my friend? You my dear are the reigning margarita Queen!!! This is superb…yumm……

    Have a wonderful weekend :)

    chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

  11. its so vibrant and pretty- almost to pretty to drink- almost:)

  12. As always, sooo refreshing!

  13. happy weekend you you margarita momma….

  14. Oh that you put chile powder on the rim – I am sold. My kids eat mango with chile everyday but I never thought about this variation. Beautiful.

  15. Wow!! You have a great collection of margaritas…I will forward this to my sis, since I don’t drink alcohol. I will do it virgin, but would it still be margarita? lol

  16. The chili rim is TOTALLY my flavor. That sounds so good! Even at 8am in the morning :)

  17. Mango is a favorite fruit of mine and I love Margaritas so I think I just hit the jackpot here!

  18. Oh, mango and lime! Definitely a winner combo.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  19. I wanna try water melon margarita =)

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