You may recall in previous posts that I learned about the “Grilled Cocktails” food trend while attending Kingsford University earlier this year.
If you love the smokiness the grill imparts in food, then you will love this classic citrus cocktail with a twist. By grilling the lemons and lime, the fruit caramelizes and gets a nice char while also making them extra juicy for squeezing into your pitcher.
This recipe makes a pitcher of margaritas, roughly 4 very large glasses.
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Dip the sliced citrus in a bowl of sugar so they have a light coating. Grill the citruson medium high heat until they have char marks. Let them rest until they are coolenough to be juiced . Fill your margarita pitcher halfway full of ice, then add thetequila and trip sec. Add the juice to the ice/tequila mixture- by adding it to ice itwill help cut the tartness of the citrus. Add the simple syrup in small batches until the proper sweetness is achieved.
Enjoy your first smoky margarita that goes great with grilled foods, specifically my chili lime skirt steak fajitas!