You can’t go past a mojito for a refreshing summer cocktail treat (or any time of year for that matter!).
You may think of a mojito being quite a labour-intensive cocktail that needs a lot of TLC, but not everything your Thermomix does needs to be at crushingly-high speed. Whilst you can make some fabulous frozen drinks in the Thermie, we highly recommend you give the mojito a try too.
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Tools you will need for making a Thermomix Mojito
- Sharp knife
- Tall serving glass
- Paper straws
- 40g sugar
- 6-10 mint leaves
- 2 Limes, quartered
- 120g white rum
- 120g soda water
- 350g ice cubes
- 1. Weigh sugar into the Thermomix basket 8 seconds / speed 8
- 2. Add mint leaves and lime to muddle - 20 seconds / reverse speed 3
- 3. Weight in rum, soda and ice to muddle - 10 seconds / reverse speed 3
- 4. Pour into glasses and garnish with a sprig of mint
If you prefer your mojito with 'no bits' and clearer, you can strain it through your Thermomix strainer basket before serving. You may prefer to remove the lime before serving too.
We've also seen sparkling water substituted for soda water, though as a personal taste preference we thing soda water works better in a mojito.
Virgin Mojito? No problem
Mojitos are one of the cocktail family that lend themselves hand in hand with adapting to become a cocktail. To make this Thermomix recipe into a mocktail, simply omit the rum.
If you are seeking our more virgin mojito ideas, pop on over to this non-alcoholic recipe.
More cocktail recipes for the Thermomix
If you love you Thermomix as mush as we do, you may like to try one of these recipes next:
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