“A tamis is the best strainer, and if the soup is strained while it is hot, let the tamis or cloth be previously soaked in cold water.”
“Using a spatula, press a ¼ of the mixture through a tamis or fine mesh strainer.”
“Place a tamis or fine mesh strainer over a mixing bowl.”
“They can be baked in molds a classical application straight out of Escoffier, before they had food processors and had to pound the fish and press it through a tamis.”
“For very refined preparations you may want to press fish mousselines through a tamis, or drum sieve, to remove any fine connective tissue that may not have been pureed.”
“I would also consider using a puree instead of chunksyou could also pass the puree through a foodmill or tamis or the like and then reduce the liquid you end up with.”
“Deb, are you straining curd through a chinois or a tamis?”
“The manufacturer washes the rags and reduces them to a thin pulp, which is strained, exactly as a cook strains sauce through a tamis, through an iron frame with a fine wire bottom where the mark which give its name to the size of the paper is woven.”
“If you are really picky, you can also press the soup through a sieve or tamis to ensure it is super-smooth.”
“The mortar was joined by a second indispensable utensil: the cloth sieve or strainer French étamine or tamis through which sauces were passed to remove coarse particles of spice and thickener and produce a finer consistency.”
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