We don't need an excuse to shake up a margarita, but since it's Cindo de Mayo, we had to ask New York City's Maya restaurant to share the secrets behind its delicious drinks that we love year-round. Here are three fabulous and ultra easy recipes to try at home.
Use store-bought strawberry puree or make your own at home by blitzing fresh or frozen strawberries in a blender before mixing. This strawberry margarita is a TODAY Food staff favorite at chef Richard Sandoval's Maya restaurant in New York City. Build the drink in a mixing glass and serve it in a salt-rimmed double rocks glass.
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Pureed mango and sour mix are the time-saving ingredients behind this juicy and perfectly balanced mango margarita. Build the drink in a mixing glass and serve it in a salt-rimmed double rocks glass.
There's no need to run to the store for a low-calorie margarita mix — just make your own at home with this easy recipe. Build the drink in a mixing glass and serve it in a salt-rimmed double rocks glass.
Want a classic margarita instead? We've got you covered with what we think is the perfect margarita recipe.
Serve them up today along with guacamole for a fabulous Cinco de Mayo.
This article was originally published on May 5, 2016.