‘Vanderpump Rules’: Like Tom Sandoval’s Quarantini? Now Try a ‘Family Karma’ Spicy Quarantini Margarita

by Jeremy Spirogis
Shaan Patel, Kalpna Patel, Dipak Patel

If you preferred (or didn’t like) Tom Sandoval’s quarantini, Shaan Patel from Family Karma has one other cocktail so that you can strive.

Apparently Shaan’s father Dipak makes a legendary spicy margarita that they’re renaming and sharing in the course of the quarantine. The Patels shared their irresistible recipe on Instagram with a tutorial much like Sandoval’s. “How to make a Spicy Margarita 🧂,” Shaan shared on Instagram. “Dad and I show you how to make his version of a spicy margarita. You’ll need margarita mix, tequila, salt, and a few special ingredients you’ll catch in this video!”

Shaan Patel, Kalpna Patel, Dipak Patel
Shaan Patel, Kalpna Patel, Dipak Patel |Tommy Garcia/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank by way of Getty Images

Shaan and Dipak stand in entrance of “Dipak’s Bar” so viewers knew they had been coping with a professional. The father and son have all of the fixings for a killer spicy margarita, Miami fashion.

He’s gifting away all his secrets and techniques

Apparently Dipak is spilling all in terms of his signature spicy margarita. But in gentle of everybody being caught at residence, he most likely felt as if he owed it to the general public to share this scrumptious cocktail. “I’m giving you my secret ingredient, kay?” he says to the digicam. Shaan says, “Hey guys, hope you’re enjoying your quarantine at home with your families. Today, we’re gonna show you guys how to make your own margarita at home so you don’t have to go out and get it yourself.”

Dipak formally renamed the cocktail in honor of the second. “It’s also called a quarantini margarita today,” he stated. “Spicy quarantini margarita, compliments of Dipak’s bar.” Shaan provides that his dad is known for this cocktail. Mom, Kalpna is heard within the background agreeing that this cocktail is the perfect.

So how do you make this joyful hour cocktail? Dipak insists you want a “decent glass” and rub half of a reduce lime alongside the rim of the glass. Then plunge the highest of the glass in coarse salt. He locations two jalapeno slices into the glass. Dipak prefers to make use of a margarita combine, usually discovered at a neighborhood grocery or liquor retailer. His favourite is Margaritaville. Dipak notes that the Margaritaville combine has 110 energy versus the Jose Cuervo combine, which has solely 10 energy. He pours 4 pictures of the Margaritaville combine into the shaker. Shaan notes, “That’s half [of a shot]. Two parts mix, one part tequila.” Dipak likes the 1800 Silver Tequila.

Now for that secret ingredient

Here’s the massive twist. “You do not put Triple sec like you get in regular margaritas in the Mexican restaurants,” Dipak advises. “You put Grand Marnier. Grand Marnier is the magic potion.” Add half of what you added in tequila. He then provides orange juice. He believes the orange essence makes the drink sweeter and fewer bitter. Dipak provides yet one more “secret ingredient” which is love.

Dipak provides a scoop of ice to the shaker. “You need clear ice, get it from the grocery store, whatever,” he insists. Add the lid to the shaker and provides it shake. “Then you drink it,” Dipak says as his son takes a sip. “Cheers guys! The Quarantini Margarita, only available this time of year!”

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