One day while I was watching What Would Brian Boitano Make on The Food Network, he made the most delicious looking Watermelon Margaritas. I actually tried his recipe and it was good, but it was complicated. I thought about it and came to the decision that I could make one even better. And I did. So, lucky for you – I am going to share the recipe with you!
The first thing you need to do is cut up a medium sized watermelon and remove the seeds. Once you have it all cut & and all the seeds are out – throw it into the blender (you should have approximately 5 cups of cut-up watermelon by the time you’re done) with a handful of ice, two or three shots of Grand Marnier (I eyeball it), one cup of tequila, two ounces of fresh lime juice, 1/4 cup of sugar and blend it all together. The thing that makes this watermelon margarita different from many others is the Grand Marnier. Yum.
Put it into the fridge to chill for about an hour before serving. Oh, and don’t forget to rim your glass with sugar ( Rub the rims of the glasses with 1 watermelon wedge and dip in a small bowl of sugar to coat). And finally, garnish with a piece of watermelon (or lime) and enjoy!
Now, I want you all to go make one and come back here & tell me how you liked it.