Spicy Strawberry Margarita

La Cocina Goya

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Ingredients

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8

strawberries or fresh-frozen GOYA® Whole Strawberries

2 tbsp.

rock salt or coarse salt

2

lime wedges

1 cup

thinly sliced strawberries

cup

granulated sugar

1

fresh jalapeño pepper, seeded and diced

cups

tequila

½ cup

Triple Sec

Ice cubes

8

thin slices fresh jalapeño pepper

8

lime wheels

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We’re sure this delicious Spicy Strawberry Margarita will become your favorite. First, muddle strawberries along with sugar, lime juice and fresh jalapeño until juicy and the flavors combine. Finally stir in refreshing GOYA® Pure Coconut Water, tequila, triple sec and shake over ice. Serve in salt rimmed glasses and garnish with slices of strawberries, jalapeños and lime wheels. It's quite a show to enjoy!

 

More recipe inspirations:

Frozen Mango Margaritas

Passion Fruit Margaritas

Peach Margaritas

The Original Margarita

Directions

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Step 1

Without slicing all the way through, cut slits vertically into each whole strawberry. Spread slices out to create strawberry fans; set aside.

Step 2

Place salt in small dish. Rub rim of 8 glasses with lime wedges, then dip in salt. Set aside.

Step 3

In pitcher, combine sliced strawberries, lime juice, sugar and jalapeño; muddle until strawberries are mashed and juicy. Stir in coconut water, tequila and Triple Sec until well blended.

Step 4

Fill cocktail shaker with ice and one-quarter of the margarita mix. Shake until shaker is frosty and very cold. Repeat with three more batches.

Step 5

Pour over salt-rimmed glasses filled with ice. Garnish each serving with strawberry fan, jalapeño slice and lime wheel.

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