Make Texas Margaritas the Right Way

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Has Fiesta given you a craving for a great-tasting, refreshing margarita? Well, you don’t need a reason, margaritas are great every season! So slide on your flip flops, and sit by a sandbox or a pool, and dream about your very own Margaritaville!  Here is an easy recipe you may want to try; it’s a great way to satisfy that margarita craving. These delicious drinks are great during Fiesta, Cinco de Mayo, or  any time of the year!

History of the Margarita

According to, there are two stories on where the margarita originated from. In 1938, Carlos “Danny” Herrera claims to have dreamed up the margarita recipe for the actress, Marjorie King, in his Tijuana-area restaurant. Another claim of this famous invention is by Margarita Sames, who in 1948 made these for her friends at her Acapulco vacation home. In 2005, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History took possession of the world’s first frozen margarita machine that was invented in 1971 by Mariano Martinez, a Dallas restaurant owner. Wherever and whenever the margarita came from, it has remained a famous drink.

Texas Margaritas



6 ounces frozen limeade concentrate

6 ounces tequila

4 ounces beer

2 ounces orange juice

2 cups ice cubes

Coarse salt (optional)


Combine all ingredients. In a blender on high, blend all ingredients until slushy and smooth.  Serve in salt-rimmed glass if desired.  Garnish with your favorite fruit.

You can serve on-the-rocks instead of a slush if desired.  You can add your favorite fruit to spice up your drink a bit!

Makes 4 servings

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