Happy hump day! Hope everyone is having a wonderful week so far. Per usual, it’s been pretty hectic over here, but I’ve got to say, these tequila-lime mahi mahi tacos made everything much better.
Though the marinade didn’t flavor the fish as much as I’d hoped, the honey-lime sour cream and vinegar-soaked cabbage brought the tacos to life. Serve alongside an ice cold beer and you’ve got yourself the perfect summer meal.
Though this isn’t a ground breaking recipe, it’d consider it a worthy staple. I never get around to making homemade margaritas, primarily because I always find it much easier to buy margarita mix for large parties.
However, my apartment was overflowing with limes, so I thought it the perfect opportunity to whip up a margarita (instead of using the limes to bake something fattening, which I would normally do).
For the non-drinkers out there, I would still enjoy this drink without the tequila, as it was sweet and refreshing. I added a bit of lime zest to give the drink an extra burst of flavor.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! In honor of the holiday, I baked margarita cupcakes topped with a tequila-lime meringue buttercream frosting. Initially, I wanted to feature tequila in a gourmet margarita drink, but decided to get a bit more creative with the liquor.
These cupcakes turned out moist and delicious with loads of flavor. The lime juice and zest in the cake worked brilliantly with the tequila and lime infused frosting. I think these will be a hit with my friends tonight!