Cinco de Mayo Special: Compadres Owner Gives Skinny on Margarita Recipe

By on May 4, 2011

Tomorrow’s Cinco de Mayo and Compadres Mexican Grill here in Tulsa is stirring up a batch of perfect Skinny Margaritas for the occasion that are to die for. I had one yesterday and let mejust say…it was heavenly.

Skinny on Margarita Recipe

Co-owner, Jeremiah Lindsey, says the key to it is using the right ingredients and making itincredibly fresh. I believe every word… The Margarita I had had the perfect blend of salty and sweet, plus a fresh fruity flavor that blended incredibly well with the tequila. I had the privilege of getting the secret of Compadres’ Skinny Margarita from Jeremiah To make it at home you need…

  • 7 oz water
  • 3 oz patron
  • 2 oz grand gala
  • 5 lime wedges
  • 1 packet of Crystal Light
  • ice

Shake well together, pour into a chilled glass, salt rim and garnish with lime. That’s basicallyit…

Low Calorie Margarita Recipe –

But, the most important part? Enjoying it S-L-O-W-L-Y. Margaritas are meant to be sipped…not gulped and are the perfect accompaniment with terrific Mexican food.

You’ll want to drop by Compadres tomorrow and try it for yourself. They’re open from 11 to 9 or later and will have festivities all day long celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
Who knows, you might even see me there. I’m still thinking about that Skinny Margarita… (sounds like a great country song).

4 Tulsa Area Locations:

7104 South Sheridan
Tulsa, OK 74133
(918) 574-C.O.M.P. (2667)

Broken Arrow
2200 W New Orleans St
Broken Arrow, OK 74011
(918) 574-C.O.M.P. (2667)

24180 East Highway 51
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
(918) 574-C.O.M.P. (2667)

12551 E 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055
(918) 574-C.O.M.P. (2667

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