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Watermelon Jalapeno Margaritas

Jalapenos have been popping up in cocktails all over the place lately. Are you skeptical? Scared? Intrigued? I’m just plain excited. I have a deep love in my culinary soul for jalapenos, as you can see, I’ve add them to my Mac N' Cheese, as well as my Bacon Cornbread. Why not cocktails? And I dare you to find a better adult beverage than a margarita to showcase this beautiful pepper.

Watermelon Jalapeno Margaritas

4 cups seedless watermelon chunks

1 1/2 tbs chopped fresh jalapenos, seeds removed (very important)

1 cup of tequila

1/2 cup triple sec

1 tbs Agave nectar

1/4 cup lemon juice

Put all of these ingredients in a blender and blend for about a minute.

Taste to see if you want to booze it up and bit and adjust accordingly. Now, you can add ice and blend or you can serve it on the rocks. Either way, you will porbaly need about 3 cups of crushed ice or ice cubes.

You can rim the glass with either sugar or salt, this recipe lends itself very well to both.

I added a jalapeno ring as a garnish, but that is totally optional.

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chinmayie @ love food eat July 15, 2011 um 8:12 pm

That sounds like a killer!
I LOVE a bit of spice in my drinks 🙂 In my case Indian chilies 🙂
Try a large rum with a slit green chili/ jalapeno with a squeeze of lime and some HOT water!! I know that sounds weird but trust me it taste AWESOME!


Dave at July 21, 2011 um 11:35 am

WOW… Now that’s a drink! Sounds wonderful

Greetings. This is my first time on your blog, but you have a terrific one. I am always on the look out for drink recipes and your spicy drink looks FANTASTIC!

i am asking, would you please consider posting a few of your favorites on


MC July 26, 2011 um 12:17 pm

Oh how wonderful would these be, thanks for the recipe to try.


Hannah July 26, 2011 um 7:07 pm

I made a pitcher of this and it was definitely impressive! This is a great spicy, sour party drink. I thought it appropriate to add twice as much lemon juice (adds an extra kick) and I used agave nectar in place of sugar, which worked wonderfully. Thanks for the recipe!


Jaxie July 26, 2011 um 9:16 pm

I’m glad you liked it =) I’ve never used agave nectar in a drink, but I’ll have to try it next time!


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