What Is A Purée?

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purée is a thick, soft dish that’s made by pressing cooked foods through a sieve, or mixing them in a blender or food processor.

Vegetable purées are either used as a base for soup — thinned with water or stock — or eaten as a side dish. Tomato purée, used for sauces and soups,  is made by removing seeds from lightly cooked tomatoes and straining the pulp. Fruit purées are used to make sauces, mousses, soufflés and other preparations. Purées can also be made from anchovies, chicken livers, shrimp or salmon, and used as a filling for canapés.

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