While not a popular holiday in Mexico (although in the State of Puebla, El Día de la Batalla de Puebla – The Day of the Battle of Puebla – is celebrated with political speeches and battle re-enactments), for many Americans, Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage.
Raise your glass in celebration to this Mexican holiday with some Moringa inspired guacamole and moringa margaritas!
Margaritas are not just a classic, they’re actually very simple and easy to make in a natural and healthy way. And with a splash of moringa, you won’t even feel (too) guilty the next day.
– 5 ounces tequila (use 100%-agave blanco or silver tequila)
– 1 ounce fresh-squeezed lime juice
– 5 ounce Orange-flavored liquor
– 1 Tbsp Moringa Vegetable Powder
This recipe can be put together by mixing all ingredients in a shaker (use two glasses that fit into each other if you don’t have a shaker). Serve over ice or in a chilled glass.
To make a perfect rim on your margarita glass, you’ll want to use two shallow dishes, like teacup saucers or plates. Chilling your glass beforehand also makes for nice, icy beverages.
– Pour cold water into one dish (or lime/lemon juice if you want to really spice it up!), making sure not to go over 1 cm or so on the rim of your margarita glass.
– On your second dish, mix together a 1:1 ratio of salt/sugar and Moringa Powder, making sure to cover at least a circle the same diameter as the lip of your glass.
– Dip your glass lightly in the water dish, holding it upside down to avoid drips.
– Place glass lightly in the salt/sugar and moringa mixture, twisting and making sure to get some on each and every edge of the glass.
Voila! Perfect, guilt-free margaritas.
Happy Cinco de Mayo, Moringa lovers!
You can find many more yummy moringa recipes on our blog!
Barbara Lee is a blogger and avid lover of traveling, eating local, and the environment. With a BS in Psychology and previous work experiences ranging from non-profit legal work to managing a restaurant in San Francisco, Barbara enjoys pursuing new experiences and living life while using the most natural and organic means possible. Some of her most memorable life moments include watching little blue penguins return to their nests in Melbourne and snorkeling a rift of melted glacier water between tectonic plates in Iceland. For more posts by Barbara, click here.