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Pampered Chef: Hello! I have a Mexican themed party this weekend and th host wants

  1. JennLizFran

    JennLizFran Member Gold Member

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    Hello! I have a Mexican themed party this weekend and th host wants to try the margaritas. I don't have a Quick Stir Pitcher. I was planning on using the trifle bowl just as a centerpiece, do you think it would be ok to make the margaritas and serve them in the trifle bowl?
     
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  2. kdangel518

    kdangel518 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    Re: Margaritas

    I think that would be cool! I think there may be a Batter Bowl Margarita recipe floating around somewhere as well- do a search for it! GL!
     
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  3. JennLizFran

    JennLizFran Member Gold Member

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    Hmmm....That would be neat! I found a recipe using the batter bowl for a margarita fruit dessert....and a margarita punch (doesn't say how to serve it, but I think the trifle bowl would work). If someone has the margarita batter bowl recipe I'd love to see it. Thanks!
     
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  4. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    Here is a Margarita Punch recipe, and the Slap Your Mama Margarita recipe... I love the Slap Your Mama one and I'm sure that it would work just fine in a punch bowl. I would be sure to tell everyone how easy it is to mix it up in the QSP though. Maybe use the Mix n Chop or Mix n Mash to mix it up and smash up the limeade...

    Margarita Punch
    2 12 oz cans frozen lemonade (undiluted, thawed)
    1 12 oz cans frozen limeade ( undiluted, thawed)
    1 12 oz can frozen orange juice " "
    2 cups water
    1 2 liter bottle Sprite or 7 Up
    2 cups tequila (optional)
    Mix together, serve over ice!
    Enjoy..........

    Slap Your Mama Margaritas
    2 cans 7 - up
    1 12 oz. can frozen limeade
    8 oz tequila
    1 bottle Corona beer (no substitutes)(but I have used Budlite Lime & it was good)
    Just dump everything into the QUICK STIR PITCHER
    and plunge. To make it even “slushier”, freeze the 7-up, beer and tequila ahead of time.
     
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  5. JennLizFran

    JennLizFran Member Gold Member

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    Re: Margaritas

    Well I might just have to try both tomorrow night before my party Saturday! :)
     
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  6. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    All in the name of research! ;) Please share your results!
     
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  7. KaiKendall

    KaiKendall Member Gold Member

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    I have done the SLAP YO MAMMA margs and it was AMAZING, everyone loved it. Did it in the QSP tho, and the plunger is what kind of broke up the limeade concentrate... I guess if you pre-thawed the concentrate to a liquid it would be same flavors... and would prob work in the trifle.
     
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  8. cindylpal

    cindylpal Member Gold Member

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    ....do you think this "punch" would all FIT in the trifle bowl...sounds like a awful lot!
     
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  9. JennLizFran

    JennLizFran Member Gold Member

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    I thought the same thing Cindy. I was thinking I'd half it.
     
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  10. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    I didn't really pay attention to the amounts, as I said I haven't tried that one, I personally would just go with the Slap Your Mama ones because I know they are excellent, but thought I'd give her a second option... I guess she'd have to check that out before hand so she doesn't overflow it...
     
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  11. JennLizFran

    JennLizFran Member Gold Member

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    I just had to fire someone at work.....I might need to try these tonight......
     
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  12. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

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    They are good for what ails ya!
     
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