Ice-cold margaritas long have been the cocktail of choice to sip with Mexican food. The tequila this drink is made with is a distilled spirit from the Agave tequilana plant, named for the town of Tequila near Guadalajara. Allow time for the lime to impart its flavor before mixing the margaritas.
Icy Cranberry Margarita
These festive margaritas taste particularly good with grilled poultry or pork.
Frozen Strawberry-Mango Margaritas
For the best tropical flavor use perfectly ripe mangoes.
Add a twist to traditional margaritas with mango nectar in this mango margarita recipe.
Prepare these make-ahead pink margaritas, flavored with cactus pears, for your next summer gathering.
Turn this brisk lime-flavored Mojito Fresco -- pronounced "moh-HEE-toe" -- into a margarita, substitute tequila for the rum and serve in a salt-rimmed glass.