Did you by any chance mean puréed?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of puree.
“Stir in pureed tomatoes, red pepper, salt, black pepper, and bay leaves; bring to a boil.”
“I just looked up about orange lentils, and it said that unlike the green and brown ones they are hulled, disintegrate quickly, and are "best used as thickeners in pureed soups and gravies.”
“Silken tofu works well in pureed or blended dishes.”
“shredded sounds good and pretty similar to pureed, which is also very nice...just add a little nutmeg and pepper and sour cream”
“Instead, Greene advises that whole grain solid foods, such as pureed fruits and vegetables combined with whole grain cereal instead of white rice is a healthier option for babies.”
“But then I remembered how wonderfully rich potato can make a simple pureed soup, without having to resort to milk.”
“Variation: Fruit atole Add 1/2 lb. fresh fruit (strawberries, raspberries, peaches, gueva, mango) pureed and strained, just as the atole is coming to its second boil, after adding the milk.”
“Turn it on and let 'er rip for 2 to 4 minutes until it is pureed and slushy.”
“Prior to heading over to school that morning, I made a big batch of Beef Goulash, washed my lettuce, roasted the veggies for carrot soup, and pureed some persimmons.”
“M and I sipped on these mojitos while I made the salad dressing and pureed the soup.”
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