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Soursop Margarita

soursop margarita Beverage Italian
Soursop Margarita
  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 6

I love to celebrate New Year’s Eve, and when I do I pick a theme for the party representing something I would like to do in the new year. One of the things I enjoy doing the most is traveling, and this year I would like to visit the Caribbean. Since one of my traditions is to pull out my suitcases just after the clock strikes twelve, I plan to kick it up a notch by preparing a meal representing those countries I would like to visit in 2013. Guanábana, or soursop, is a fruit which is grown in the Caribbean, and its wonderful flavor just so happens to combine delightfully with the quintessentially Mexican taste of the Margarita! So today I am happy to share with you a fantastic drink, perfect for a New Year’s celebration, which will transport you and your guests to the sunny Caribbean. Let’s cook! MORE + LESS -

Ingredients

14
oz of fresh or frozen guanábana (i.e. soursop) pulp
6
oz of lemon juice
4
oz of white tequila
4
teaspoons of natural agave nectar
2
cups of crushed ice
Orchid flowers as decoration

Directions

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  • 1
    Defrost your guanábana (i.e. soursop) pulp if it is frozen.
  • 2
    Place all your ingredients into a blender and mix it well until it becomes slushy, or achieves the consistency of a frozen drink.

Expert Tips

  • To make the drink even more festive, serve it in fancy glassware decorated with orchids.
  • Guanábana pulp can be purchased in Latin food markets. Fresh guanábana can be purchased at a grocery store or market which carries tropical products. Either can be used to make the drink.
  • For a virgin version of the drink, do not add the tequila. Always remember, if you drink don’t drive.

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe
  • I love to celebrate New Year’s Eve, and when I do I pick a theme for the party representing something I would like to do in the new year. One of the things I enjoy doing the most is traveling, and this year I would like to visit the Caribbean. Since one of my traditions is to pull out my suitcases just after the clock strikes twelve, I plan to kick it up a notch by preparing a meal representing those countries I would like to visit in 2013. Guanábana, or soursop, is a fruit which is grown in the Caribbean, and its wonderful flavor just so happens to combine delightfully with the quintessentially Mexican taste of the Margarita! So today I am happy to share with you a fantastic drink, perfect for a New Year’s celebration, which will transport you and your guests to the sunny Caribbean. Let’s cook!

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