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You can get flavored margaritas at restaurants...so if you are using the same alcohol- why wouldn't it be a strawberry margarita?
I did a google search for Strawberry Margarita recipes. Some didn't use limeade..a few did still use limeade, and added strawberries- but those recipes were being blended with a blender. I would probably try getting a frozen Strawberry mix from the store- see if they HAVE a strawberry margarita mix already done. I know they do for daiquiri...they may for margaritas as well. Then substitute that for the limeade. Either way- it will probably taste great.
I've not tried it- but sounds like I should! I've got a LONG booth event this week/weekend..so I may give it a shot later this week!
Other than the Tequila, most of the ingredients are pretty cheap, IMHO. You have to buy a 6-pack of corona's anyway. And you CAN cut the tequila back to save $$ and the risk of a headache later! Speaking from experience!! I typically just use about 1/2 to 2/3 cup of the Tequila when I'm the one who will be drinking it. Can't tell the difference in taste to me.
I think the main difference between daquiries and margaritas is rum and tequilla... I would think that the strawberry would work, my only concern with subbing in this particular margarita recipe is the Corona, not sure how that's going to co-exist with the strawberry... it automatically goes with lime, but not sure on the strawberry, but I would be very curious to find out! Let us know if you try it!
I have made this recipe and made them strawberry. I just used one can of 7up and one can of strawberry soda. THe rest of the ingredients were the same. My host and guests RAVED about them and have commented to me several times that it's the only recipe they use now!
The QSP accommodates one recipe (like for me and my sister) but the family size QSP will hold 2-3 recipes if you have a party. I usually do 2 recipes in the FS QSP twice for a total of four batches. Hope that makes sense.