It’s time to sip, savor, and fiesta with this margarita charcuterie board and serve it with your favorite Unique Margarita Cocktail Recipes. There’s something for everyone on this party platter.
This fun charcuterie board is filled with so many different things that it’s an impressive sight. There is pretty much every type of finger food or dip that you might want at a fiesta – and it all tastes perfect with your favorite margaritas.
As amazing as it looks, it’s actually super easy to put together, In fact, as long as you already have all of the ingredients and supplies, you can put this together last minute.
Whether you want a sweet charcuterie board or a salty party platter, there is something for everyone on this board.
Keep reading to learn how to fill up a fiesta charcuterie board that tastes delicious with a margarita (or two).
What Is A Margarita?
Since this is a margarita charcuterie board, we should probably make sure we know how to make a classic margarita, first.
My easy margarita recipe has that covered. Most margarita recipes are made with tequila, orange liquor, lime juice, and served in a glass with salt on the rim. And it’s almost always served either frozen or on ice.
From that basic recipe, there are plenty of variations. That’s why I added both strawberry margarita mix and peach margarita mix to the board with the bottles of liquor.,
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Charcuterie Board Supplies
Before you buy all the ingredients, make sure you have all the supplies you need.
For a board that you’ll be proud to show off, I suggest having the following items.
- Large Cutting Board
- Decorative Skewers
- Mini serving bowls
- Glass Pitchers
- Margarita glasses
Once you have everything, you can start arranging it.
When you set up a charcuterie board, make sure there isn’t any extra space. Fill up every space with something so that it looks like it is overflowing with food.
How To Transport The Charcuterie Board
If you want to take this party platter to another location, I suggest storing each ingredient separately and arranging it when you arrive.
Transporting a charcuterie board that is already set up and designed is really tricky. Stuff moves around when it’s in the car and you’ll have to do last-minute fixing anyway.
Honestly, filling up the serving platter or cutting board is the easy part. That’s why it’s best to transport everything in separate spill-proof containers.
Then, all you have to do is set everything out for your guests.
More Charcuterie Board Ideas
If you had fun making a margarita charcuterie board, here are some more creative ways to make a charcuterie board. They fit in with almost any party you attend or host.
- BBQ Charcuterie Board: Indulge in the ultimate backyard barbecue experience with our mouthwatering BBQ Charcuterie Board, featuring a delectable assortment of sauced-up meats and sides.
- Luau Charcuterie Board: Transport yourself to a tropical paradise with our vibrant Luau Charcuterie Board, showcasing a delightful mix of sweet and savory island-inspired flavors.
- Mexican Charcuterie Board: Spice up your taste buds with the bold and vibrant flavors of our Mexican Charcuterie Board, complete with zesty salsa, crispy tortilla chips, and mouthwatering guacamole options.
- Irish Charcuterie Board: Celebrate the richness of Irish cuisine with our authentic Irish Charcuterie Board, featuring savory slices of traditional corned beef, Irish cheddar, spicy brown mustard, and a dollop of tangy mustard.
- Game Day Charcuterie Board: Score big with our Game Day Charcuterie Board, perfect for football fans and sports enthusiasts alike. This winning spread includes an array of crowd-pleasing favorites that surround a football cheese ball in the center of the board.
If you have a party with a theme, there is a way to make a charcuterie board to match it!
Here’s the complete recipe along with each step showing you how to make a margarita charcuterie board.
Margarita Charcuterie Board
- Cutting Board
- Small Bowls
- Glass Pitchers
- Grand Mariner
- Margarita Mix
- Strawberry Margarita Mix
- Peach Margarita Mix
- Ruby Red Grapefruit Margarita Mix
- Margarita salt
- Sliced Limes
- Sliced Lemons
- Sliced Jalapenos
- Cara Cara oranges sliced and cut into half wheels
- Oranges sliced and cut into half wheels
- Watermelon sliced into small triangles
- Pineapple sliced into small triangles
- Cantaloupe sliced into small triangles
- Sliced Mango
- Pearl Onions
- Pickled Peppers
- Tomatillo Salsa
- Pepper Jack Cheese, chunks
- Variety of Chips
- Start by pouring the cocktail mixes into small carafes and placing them on the board.
- Place the Tequila, Grand Mariner, and Chambored on the board
- Put some sliced watermelon, mango, cantaloupe, oranges, limes, lemons, and pineapple on the board. Put the small bowls filled with the salsas, pearl onions, and pickled peppers on the board.
- Add your chips to the board.
- Fill the holes with the jalapenos, cheese, and strawberries.
- On to the side place glasses, and cocktail ice for guests to create their own drinks.
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