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Margaritas can be made in a blender or served on the rocks, and we're certainly not here to tell you that one way is better than the other. A marg is a marg, after all -- and we'll take it any way you'd like to make it! Still, if you're looking to blend your way to happiness, these are the recipes to try.
Let's start with this classic -- fresh lime juice, tequila, sugar, and lots of blended ice in a salt-rimmed glass.
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Kick things up a notch with the sweet and colorful addition of fresh or frozen strawberries.
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Sweet but not too sweet and reminiscent of a pina colada, these coconut margaritas are to die for.
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Legend has it that the blue hue of the flavorless liqueur curacao originally came from crushed beetles; today, food coloring is used.
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Warm nights call for a refreshing, fruity drink, and these icy peach margaritas are perfect for the occasion. Frozen sliced peaches and fresh lime juice make them truly unforgettable.
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Triple sec and freshly squeezed lemon and lime juice -- plus a hefty dose of premium white tequila -- makes these frosty margaritas a real summertime treat.
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This margarita recipe from chef Rick Bayless includes cucumber, which gives it a cool, melon-like flavor.
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This is perhaps the perfect summer beverage.
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This nonalcoholic pink drink is a great treat for children during festive occasions. Its subtle but gorgeous hues are sure to make your guests do a double take.
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