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Raspberry Margarita


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#1 _Joy Todaro_*

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Posted 30 July 1998 - 05:11 AM

I am trying to get someone prcise measurements for this drink, and cannot find it anywhere.

#2 _will_*

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Posted 30 July 1998 - 08:19 AM

> I am trying to get someone
> prcise measurements for this
> drink, and cannot find it
> anywhere.Some people add Chambord or Razmatazz to a regular Margarita to taste.
I use frozen red raspberry puree that does not have seeds. If you dont mind the seeds you could use frozen fruit to which you add some sugar during blending.Raspberry MargaritaIn a blender with 1 1/2 cup of ice cubes add...1. 2oz of white tequilla
2. Splash of triple sec or razmatazz
3. Splash of sweet and sour pre- mix
4. 1/2 Cup Raspberry puree (sweetened to taste)Blend smooth. Serve in glass with sugar on the rim and piece of lime.
Makes a large frozen drink.
For on the rocks version put everything in the shaker use 1/4 cup of puree and 1/4 cup sweet and sour. Shake and pour in the glass.

#3 _Joy Todaro_*

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Posted 30 July 1998 - 11:46 PM

Thanks! you'll make my boss happy:)>> Some people add Chambord
> or Razmatazz to a regular
> Margarita to taste.
> I use frozen red raspberry
> puree that does not have seeds.
> If you dont mind the seeds
> you could use frozen fruit
> to which you add some sugar
> during blending.> Raspberry Margarita> In a blender with 1 1/2
> cup of ice cubes add...> 1. 2oz of white tequilla
>
> 2. Splash of triple sec
> or razmatazz
> 3. Splash of sweet and
> sour pre- mix
> 4. 1/2 Cup Raspberry
> puree (sweetened to taste)
>> Blend smooth. Serve in
> glass with sugar on the rim
> and piece of lime.
> Makes a large frozen
> drink.
> For on the rocks version
> put everything in the shaker
> use 1/4 cup of puree and 1/4
> cup sweet and sour. Shake
> and pour in the glass.