How is butternut squash puree made?
Thanks to our continued investment in the latest aseptic technology, we are able to produce purees which preserve all the natural flavour and colour of the squash, while keeping all those vital vitamins and minerals in tact.
It is made simply by washing and peeling the butternut squash, then gently heating it before passing through a sieve for a completely smooth end product.
It can be supplied either aseptic or frozen to suit your usage, and comes in a range of pack sizes and formats.
- 20kg bag in box
- Drum 200kg
- 1,000kg IBC
- Bulk Tankers (20 tonnes)
Place your order with our sales team today on +44 (0) 1909 534 000.
What is butternut squash?
Butternut squash puree is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be used in many recipes. It is made from cooked and mashed butternut squash, a type of winter squash with a sweet and nutty flavour. It has a smooth and creamy texture that can be used as a base for soups, sauces and dips. Butternut squash puree is also used as a substitute for pumpkin puree, mashed potatoes.
What are the benefits of butternut squash puree?
Butternut squash puree is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, fibre and antioxidants. It can help boost your immune system, support your eye health and lower your blood pressure. It also has a low glycaemic index, which means it does not spike your blood sugar levels.
Order butternut squash from Kiril Mischeff
Butternut squash puree imparts inherent sweetness and exceptional nutritional value to a diverse array of smoothies, soups and sauces. Embraced as a health-conscious alternative to potatoes, butternut squash seamlessly finds its place in global cuisines, including Indian, Thai and Caribbean dishes. At Kiril Mischeff, we offer butternut squash puree that is 100% natural. Our product line includes organic butternut squash puree, and there’s an organic baby food-accredited puree. Our purees capture the genuine flavour and hue of the squash, while retaining the essential vitamins and minerals it holds. Our manufacturing process is simple: after thoroughly washing and peeling the butternut squash, it undergoes gentle heating before being passed through a sieve to achieve a remarkably smooth final product. We offer the flexibility of aseptic or frozen supply to align with your intended usage, available in a range of packaging sizes and formats including a 20kg bag in a box and 200kg drums.