Servings: 4 to 6
A margarita-inspired syrup enhances the tart-sweet flavor of this summery fruit salad. For an alcohol-free version, use water in place of the tequila.
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Make Ahead Tips
The fruit salad can be made up to 6 hours ahead and refrigerated.
OMG! I served this as a dessert for a dinner party and it was a total hit. Some people couldn't slurp down the tequila syrup fast enough. So easy to make.
I recently made the salad and it turned out perfect. I used 1800 tequila, it was the best!!
This is really good. I didn't have the Agava Tequila so I used regular tequila. It was awesome!
Very easy to make; we substituted the water for the tequila and it made a very nice brunch salad.
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