Meyer Lemon Frozen Margarita
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When friends send you Meyer lemons, you must absolutely make Meyer Lemon Margarita. I recently received a bounty of sweet lemons from my friend Gemma, all the way from San Francisco. I got cooking and baking with them right away.
Meyer Lemons are sweeter than the regular tart lemons. This variety is in season only from November to March. I sliced them open and the fragrance was as sharply sweet as the citrusy Calamansi (calamondin) from the Philippines. I used the whole bunch I got in various ways: As a marinade, a condiment, and a baking ingredient. I had a few last ones left, and so, I whipped up a refreshing frozen Margarita. The Meyer Lemons added an exhilarating zing to the iced citrus concoction. This drink would be perfect, and easy for any celebration, whether you’re having a party, or scaled down to a small get-together at home.
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Meyer Lemon Frozen Margarita
- 1 Blender
- Margarita glasses
- 2 Tablespoons coarse salt
- 4 to 5 whole ice cubes
- ¾ cup tequila
- ⅔ cup juice from Meyer lemons
- ½ cup corn syrup
- fresh slices of lemon, for garnish
To prepare Margarita glasses:
- Moisten the rims of the Margarita glasses with cold water. Then dip them immediately in a small bowl filled with coarse salt.Chill the glasses in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
To mix the Margarita:
- Combine the ice cubes, tequila, lemon juice, and corn syrup in a blender.Pulse and blend for 2 minutes until the concoction is smooth.Pour the frozen cocktail immediately into the Margarita glasses. Garnish with fresh lemon slices. Serve chilled.
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