Translation of puree in Spanish:

puree

puré, n.

(purée)

Pronunciation /ˈpjʊəreɪ//pjʊˈri//pjʊˈreɪ/

noun

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    puré masculine
    • When the syrup has cooled, mix it with the fruit puree, reserved seeds and lemon juice.
    • Among side dishes, though, the truffle creamed spinach was dank with cream and the fingerling-potato puree was so heavily salted, we had to sample it with a teaspoon.
    • Meanwhile, melt the butter in a large pan, add the anchovies, tomato puree, crushed garlic and olive paste, and stir until it sizzles.
    • Liquidise to give a smooth puree, then reheat; add 2 tablespoons sultanas.
    • I had the braised venison in red wine and chocolate with fresh pasta and celeriac puree.
    • The porcini and miso broth now has enough heft to match the formidable sweet-potato purée in the dumplings.
    • Researchers in Milan showed that a three-week diet rich in tomato purée helped protect white blood cells.
    • Tonny's serves what may be my favorite chile verde in town at the moment, a vast plate of fried pork simmered in a tart green purée, and the peppery fried catfish is quite good.
    • Blackcurrants are so intensely flavoured that you don't need much of their purée to make an ice cream.
    • Instead of refined sugars, sweeteners like maple syrup, brown rice syrup, fruit juices and purees and powdered fruit sweeteners will do the job nicely.
    • Add the chickpeas and greens along with the Basic Curry sauce, tomato puree and salt.
    • Opt instead for plain yoghurt which you have combined with fruit puree or jam yourself; or add a small pack of raisins or dried apricots instead.
    • Among the cold dishes were rare beef fillet on olive bread with red pepper confit, and grilled aubergine rolled around chickpea puree and harissa.
    • I went for the bacon and cabbage terrine with leek puree, which came with frozen asparagus mousse and a single, perfectly cooked asparagus split in two.
    • Pass through a metal sieve, using a metal spoon to push the fruit puree through it.
    • It is perfect and subtle stuff: smoky from the eggplant's grill-induced char, with a light, nubbly texture more interesting than a resolutely smooth puree's.
    • The claque of vegetarians at the table enjoyed a dish of sweetly tangy braised endives with chestnut purée, but a wispy open ravioli with chanterelles tasted mostly of sweet corn and bubbles.
    • Add the kidney beans, chopped tomatoes, tomato purée, and cocoa powder, and then allow the mixture to simmer for as long as you like, stirring occasionally.
    • The beverage is made from Fair Trade certified oolong tea with black tea and organic peach puree.

transitive verb

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    (fruit/vegetables) hacer un puré con
    (vegetables/fruit) pisar River Plate Venezuela
    • This time, I decided to purée the cooked chard mixture before putting it in the pie shell.
    • Next, blend the soft plums in a food processor on the pulse setting until they are pureed.
    • For fussy children who don't like veggies floating in their pasta sauces or soups, puree the ingredients in the blender first.
    • In a blender or food processor, puree the cilantro, mint, Parmesan cheese, and 3 Tbsp. of oil.
    • Add the fish sauce, water, lime juice, rice wine vinegar, brown sugar, and chilies, and purée them together.
    • Clean and hull strawberries; place in food processor or blender just until puréed.
    • We had two children, aged 19 months and seven, with us, and the restaurant coped well - cooking the children's meals first and even pureeing our toddler's dinner.
    • Peel and then puree the cloves in a blender or food processor using 2 parts vegetable or olive oil to 1 part garlic.
    • There are myriad ways of preparing aubergines - they are often served grilled and topped with thick yoghurt and mint or dill; or you can roast them, then scoop out the flesh and puree it with garlic, lemon juice and olive oil.
    • Place the salmon, pesto, egg white, breadcrumbs, shallots, salt and pepper in a blender and whizz until the salmon is finely chopped, but not puréed.
    • In this recipe, the shallots are cooked until completely tender, then pureed with cream.
    • Puree the potatoes until they are light, white and creamy.
    • One of the cheapest and easiest 'deli' foods to make, hummus is essentially chickpeas pureed with tahini and other flavours added.
    • In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade, puree the pesto, spinach, and lemon juice.
    • Late May and early June signal the first of the gooseberries to be cooked gently, then pureed and swirled through cream to make a wonderful gooseberry fool.
    • The charm of this delicate English recipe is that the cauliflower isn't pureed.
    • Garlic also may be pureed in oil and stored in the freezer.
    • Food is another expense once you start weaning, though you can save a lot by puréeing your own food for your baby, rather than buying packets and jars.