This cucumber jalapeño margarita recipe brings a sweet and spicy Mexican twist to a traditional margarita recipe. With citrus flavors and refreshing cucumber, this drink is a must-have for a summertime sipper. Follow the guided recipe from Multo™ by CookingPal® to smash frozen cucumbers, dice jalapeños, and blend ingredients together in a snap!
How to make cucumber jalapeño margaritas with Multo™ by CookingPal®?
1. Freeze cucumber.
Dice cucumbers into pieces and freeze for at least 4 hours.
2. Blend the drink.
Add all of the ingredients to the bowl and blend until your desired frozen drink texture is achieved.
3. Finish the drink.
Once ingredients are well-blended, add the alcohol and blend for 10 more seconds to complete the recipe.
Pour into a glass and enjoy your refreshing drink!
Cooking tips and tricks
To get the most juice out of your limes, roll them on a countertop with your hand before cutting. You will feel the lime getting softer with each roll, and this helps to release the juices to get as much liquid as possible.
Salting the rim of your margarita glass makes for better presentation and more flavor with each sip. This recipe suggests regular salt to use for your rim, but you can purchase flavored salts such as jalapeño-lime and chili salt. Grated lime and orange zest also work to coat the rim and to enhance the citrus notes of the drink.
What are the variations of the margarita?
If there is no time to freeze the cucumber, simply add ice cubes into the blender with the ingredients. Add a few ice cubes at a time until desired drink consistency is reached.
The final verdict on the margarita - how does it taste?
Cool off this summer with these delicious frozen margaritas or drink with your favorite Mexican-inspired meal. They’re:
& The perfect mix of sweet and sour!
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