Project: Guanabana Margaritas

Shawnda’s  selection for this week’s challenge is Guanabana Margaritas! If you have any questions, tips, advice, etc., leave it in the comments here.

And come back on Sunday and leave the link to your blog post to show us your take on the dish!
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10 Comments to “Project: Guanabana Margaritas”

  1. If you have an International/Mexican food section, check there for the nectar if you can’t find it on the drink aisle. Otherwise, substitute with a fruit flavor of your choice.

  2. I made Guava Margaritas instead using Goya Guava Nectar… they haven’t restocked the Guanabana but I’ll check one more time before the weekend. I didn’t use powdered sugar, omitted the lemon for more lime, and doubled-up on the Guava. It’s a solid margarita recipe.

  3. Is it a coincidence that you chose a margarita recipe to celebrate Lent being over? 🙂

  4. I could not find guanabana or guava nectar. Any other suggestions that you think would be in Maine?

    • You could use just about any fruit juice. The Goya “nectar” is basically fruit juice that they then added HFCS and other junk to thicken it a bit – pretty much the consistency of the syrup that comes out of a can of peaches.

  5. Not a big tequila fan, and I had a bad experience with Grand Marnier, so I opted out this week….made mimosas instead. Happy Easter!

  6. I found guava nectar! This drink came out really good. I hope everyone had a great Easter.
    http://www.sweet-morris.blogspot.com/2012/04/margaritas.html

  7. I finally got around to posting! This drink was so good. I made the original recipe without any changes. My post is here
    http://homekeepingtheadventure.wordpress.com/2012/04/17/project-pastry-queen-guanabana-margaritas/

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