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You guessed it: strawberries and honey. All you gots to do is throw a handful of strawberries in your food processor, let ‘em rock and roll, pour the puree through a strainer to remove the seeds, scrape the air bubbles of the top, and then mixmixmix it into honey. And then ooooh and ahhhhh over the beauty that is Strawberry Honey.How to make Paleta with strawberries, Basil and honey?
Hull and chop strawberries. Set aside 6 whole strawberries. Place the chopped strawberries, basil and lime juice in a blender. Blend until smooth. Add honey or your sweetener of choice to the blended mix. Blend again. Hull and slice remaining whole strawberries. Then, add 3 to 4 slices to each paleta mold.Can you keep Strawberry Honey in the refrigerator?
Since honey is a natural preservative, and this strawberry honey is 4 parts honey, it should keep just fine on your shelf at room temperature in an airtight container. But if you’re a bit paranoid like me, it keeps perfectly well in the refrigerator too! So what fancy strawberry honey food adventures are calling your name?How do you remove seeds from Strawberry puree?
Place a fine strainer over a small bowl, and pour the puree through the strainer to remove the seeds. You may have to do this a couple times to remove all of the seeds. Allow the strawberry puree to sit for a few minutes, and then gently skim the bubbles that have formed off of the surface of the puree.