Thermomix Margarita

by Mama Loves A Drink

We love this frozen treat on a hot summers day. This party batch takes only minutes to prepare in the Thermomix so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time entertaining!

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A glass of classic margarita with a sugar coated rim and slice of lime. Text overlay how to make a Thermomix Margarita

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Tools you will need to make a Thermomix Margarita

  • A Thermomix!
  • A sharp knife for cutting the fruit
  • A good-quality citrus peeling tool
  • Ready-prepared ice cubes
  • Classic margarita cocktail glasses to serve
Yield: 6 serves

Thermomix Margarita

Margarita Glass with salt coated rim

A great party treat in minutes,. this traditional margarita recipe is a great classic cocktail to learn as it's so easy to prepare.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Additional Time 4 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 150g Tequila
  • 60g Orange Liqueur
  • 3 lemons or limes, peeled and pips removed
  • 100-150g sugar
  • 500g ice cubes
  • Sugar/Salt and a slice of lime for garnish (optional)

Instructions

  1. Weigh in Tequilla, orange liqueur, lemons/limes and sugar into bowl
  2. 15 seconds, speed 6
  3. Add ice cubes and blend for 1 minute speed 8
  4. Rub lime on the glass rims and rub into a plate of sugar or sugar (optional)
  5. Pour mixture into a cocktail glass
  6. Garnish with a slice of lime

Notes

You need a few extra minutes for presentation to make your margaritas look truly spectacular! Earlier in the day, when you are checking you have enough ice, also chill your glasses if you can. Pre-peeling the citrus fruits will also save you time during a party and it will literally only take a few minutes to add your ingredients and serve up!

You can check out more of our favourite Thermomix cocktail recipes here.

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