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What are margaritas and how to make non-alcoholic ones

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Food and Drinks | Post Date: 2009-11-04

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Margaritas are a famous type of drink that is consumed by people all around the world. It is a drink that first originated in the country of Mexico where the drink is still very popular even with the young people. This drink actually was supposed to have been gifted by a person to a lady called Margarita on her wedding day and it became a very famous drink and is still named after the lady. The drink is usually made along with tequila which is a very alcoholic drink that is consumed in the Latin American countries.

It is also very simple to make a non alcoholic margarita. A non-alcoholic margarita is especially consumed by those who like the taste of a margarita but are not old enough or healthy enough to consume an alcoholic margarita. The various things that are needed to make a non alcoholic margarita are lemon, lime juice, ice, glasses and also some sweet and sour mix.

The first and most important step in making the non-alcoholic margarita is to take the glass and have the lime spread on the glass edges. The other method of doing this is to freeze the glass and so a thin layer of water is on the glass. Once this is done, dip the empty glass that has been lined with fluid into the margarita salt. This will help to have a tiny layer of the salt all over the glass spread equally.

The next step in the process of making non-alcoholic margarita is to have the sweet and sour mix added to the glass. The sweet and sour mix is made by some people and other people buy the mix from the shop as readymade item. The correct amount of the sweet and sour mix has to be added to the glass because adding too much can make the drink sour.
Once the sweet and sour mix has been added to the mix, the next step is to add the rest of the items and these include the crushed ice and also the lemon juice. To make the drink more attractive, you can add a lemon that is sliced to the edge of the glass. This will make the drink more attractive.

There are many different types of margaritas made from the original non-alcoholic margarita. Along with the lemon, strawberry juice can be added to make it a margarita with strawberry flavor. When the ice and the margarita are blended by blending all the stuff added to the margarita in a blender, then you get a blended margarita.

Similarly if the margarita is shaken then you get a shaken margarita. These are all variants from the original margarita and each has a different taste to it. The taste is refreshing and almost all people drinking it will like it the first time they take a sip. This is the best part of margarita. There are other similar methods of making margaritas that vary only slightly to give a mild difference in the taste of the drink.

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About Author / Additional Info: I am a physiotherapist and also a freelance writer. I have been writing for many blogs and websites and also take up freelance assignments. Comments are welcome at prakashdavid@rediffmail.com

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