verb (used with object), pu·réed, pu·rée·ing.
Origin of purée
Examples from the Web for puree
Fill champagne flute about 1/4 the way up with puree and top off with great champagne.
When the vegetables are soft, cool briefly, then puree them, along with the stock, in a blender or food processor in two batches.
Keep hot in two sauceboats a puree of Brussels sprouts and a puree of onions.The Belgian Cookbook|Various
By a puree is meant a thick soup; it differs but little from cream soup, being perhaps a trifle thicker.The Vegetarian Cook Book|E. G. Fulton
Gently combine the fruit whip, whipped cream and puree of pineapple by cutting and folding until well mixed.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson
Croutons with puree of vegetables of all kinds and with chowders or hard water crackers with the latter.Civic League Cook Book|Anonymous
The second course is puree of corn served in odd Egyptian cups with whipped cream on top.Dinners and Luncheons|Paul Pierce