Sicoly Sweetened Strawberry Puree Frozen Fruit Puree
Sweet, simple strawberry
This sweet strawberry puree from fruit puree pioneer, SICOLY, makes everything so much easier and convenient. Deliciously flavorful and all-natural, you’d want this in your kitchen all the time.
TASTING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR
One of the struggles of buying fresh strawberries, is that the box or bunch you usually buy will have a number of berries that are less than stellar. You’ll have to pick and choose the best ones, then prepare them. SICOLY has found a solution to that.
The SICOLY Sweetened Strawberry Frozen Fruit Puree is made with a blend of four strawberry varieties, all of which are picked at their ideal ripeness. They are frozen and sweetened, then pureed and processed to preserve flavor, texture, and color. It’s all the strawberry flavor you love, in its most consistent and efficient.
PREPARATION AND PAIRINGS
This is the perfect partner for baking and cooking enthusiasts. Use this strawberry puree in your frostings, cakes, muffins, ice creams, and sorbets. You can also add it into marinades, glazes, and sauces. If you want to try your hand at making chocolates, you can use the SICOLY Sweetened Strawberry Frozen Fruit Puree to fill chocolates and truffles. It’s also wonderful to add into your cocktails, kombuchas, teas, and smoothies.
A PIONEERING SPIRIT
SICOLY means Sica des Coteaux du Lyonnais, and was created in 1962 by a cooperative of fruit producers in France. It’s located in the North of the Rhône Valley with 570 hectares of orchards. SICOLY pioneered the frozen fruit puree trend in 1979, and their puree is regularly used by chefs and restaurants around the world. It’s also used by Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Pâttiserie, which is run by Alain Ducasse, the only living chef with the most Michelin Stars at 21 stars. It’s the leading vocational school for pastry, bakery, confectionery, chocolate, and ice cream arts in France and the world.
Store your fruit puree in the freezer. When ready to use, defrost in the refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours. Do not re-freeze; once defrosted, keep in the coldest part of your refrigerator (2 to 4C). Use within 15 days.