Mangorita

Mangorita

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  • Prep

    5 m
  • Ready In

    5 m
CEWILSON
Recipe by  CEWILSON

“Authentic south of the border Mango Margaritas.”

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Ingredients

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Original recipe yields 1 serving

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Directions

  1. In a blender, combine the tequila, triple sec, lime juice, mango, and ice. Blend until ice is finely crushed. Sweeten with mango nectar to your liking.

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Reviews (22)

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NCRAN
91

NCRAN

I made this last weekend for company and it was a hit. Here are some of the things I altered though: I used frozen mango instead of fresh (less work peeling and chopping, also adds to the frozen elements). I also made a simple syrup and added about a jigger of that to the mix to add a little sweetness, as the mango nectar isn't that sweet. I never use triple sec, just a splash of oragne juice and Rose's sweetened lime juice.. buzz away in the mixer with plenty of ice and you're seconds away to happiness in a glass!

CSONION
33

CSONION

VERY GOOD..and very MANGO tasting! I didn't have triple sec..so I used simple syrup with orange zest instead. Also, I freeze the Mango Nectar in ice trays...makes it more slusshy!

sexiqueen
29

sexiqueen

I Love mango. I LOVE Margaritas. O M G this was spectacular. I used Patron gold and Grand Marnier because that's what I had on hand. De-lic-ious !

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