My husband, Alex, has been making these margaritas for years when we have company over and they’re always a hit.
If you’re from the midwest, they’re like an upgraded Carlos O’Kelly’s margarita.
If you’re not from the midwest, picture any sit down Mexican chain restaurant. You know the one. They serve their margaritas in giant glasses and remind you of college and/or pre-parenting days…
These are like that, but better.
The ingredients are simple – limeade concentrate, water, tequila, triple sec, orange juice, and agave nectar. Just mix in a pitcher, fill to the top with ice, and you’re ready to go.
The best part is that they make enough to serve a crowd – remember crowds? What a time.
So next time you’re ready to host a party or party with your quaran-team, cook up a batch of carnitas or cauliflower tacos, mix up a pitcher of margaritas, and bust out the board games.
Do people still play board games?
Clearly I know how to party.
1 – 12 ounce container of thawed limeade concentrate
12 ounces water
4 ounces tequila
2 ounces triple sec
4 ounces orange juice
1-1/2 ounces agave nectar
Juice of one lime (optional)
1 lime cut into 8 wedges, for serving
Coarse salt or margarita salt, for serving
Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher and stir well. Taste and adjust to your preferences. Fill pitcher with ice and serve in a glass with a salted rim and a lime wedge.