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Cauliflower Purée

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Cauliflower Purée

1 medium cauliflower
1/8 stick of butter (more to taste)
1 Tbsp. heavy cream (more to taste)
Vegetable or chicken stock (if necessary)
Sea salt to taste

Chop cauliflower into medium-sized pieces and steam. Place cauliflower, butter and heavy cream in food processor and process. Add a few tablespoons of chicken or vegetable stock or water if mixture appears too thick and process again. Add salt.


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