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    Mashed Cauliflower using Immersion Blender

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    Tried making mashed cauliflower with my immersion blender but it was difficult and there were a few small cauliflower lumps. The cauliflower was cooked plenty soft. The bowl I used was one of those clear glass Pyrex bowls, sort of wide and I didn't add any butter, cream cheese or milk at first. Could any of these things be the problem? The flavor was good and I like the overall texture. I used frozen cauliflower since I was short on time. The immersion blender is handy but I could use my Ninja blender instead . . . I think.

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    Add some liquid and fat. Maybe some bone broth, butter, salt and pepper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patski View Post
    Add some liquid and fat. Maybe some bone broth, butter, salt and pepper.
    Thanks, I wondered if it might have been lack of enough moisture.

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