Southwestern Beverage Recipes, page 2
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- Mango Daiquiris
- Mango Tango
- Margaritas Fruta — Use frozen raspberries or strawberries, pineapple, banana or any other favorite
- Mexican Cocoa — This is the traditional accompaniment for sweet tamales.
- Mexican Eggnog
- Mexican Hot Chocolate
- Mojito Lemon-Lime Cocktail
— This lemon lime cocktail will be a great summer drink for those hot sizzling
- Nogales Margarita — Cross the border from Nogales, Arizona, into Nogales, Mexico, and this is what
you'll be served when you order a margarita.
- Orange Liquado
- Papaya Pina Colada
- Papaya Shake
- Patron Silver Margaritas
- Peach-Mango Margaritas
- Pina Coladas
- Pineapple Margaritas
- Pineapple Tequila — Keep a large jar of this tequila working on your kitchen counter. It makes terrific
margaritas. After the mixture has been topped with fresh tequila two or three times,
you can finely dice the softened pineapple, warm it in butter with extra brown sugar
to taste, and serve it as an ice cream topping.
- Prickly Pear Lemonade
- Pumpkin Champurrado
— Traditional Champurrado is elevated to new heights with the addition of pure
pumpkin. This is an excellent Halloween beverage.
- Ranch House Lemonade — This is the way "lemonade" is made in Mexico.
- Red Cactus Margaritas
- South of the Border Coffee — This should be made with the cone-shaped raw sugar called piloncillo, but you
may substitute dark brown sugar.
- Sparkling Limeade
- Strawberry Liquado
- Strawberry-Mango Margaritas
- Sun Tea
- Tamarind Liquado
- Tequila Sunrise
- Traditional Latin Horchata
— The creamy touch of the evaporated milk, together with the combination of rice
and cinnamon, give this Horchata, a traditional Latin beverage, a unique flavor
and texture. It makes a refreshing and nutritious snack for you and your kids.
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