You will need
- - sieve;
- - kitchen towel;
- plastic bags;
- - a tray (cutting Board);
- - freezer;
- - blender;
- - sugar.
To freeze whole berries, you must first sort the strawberries. Select an undamaged and ripe berries, gently rinse the strawberries under running cool running water. Then place it in a sieve to drain liquid.
Put the clean berries on a kitchen towel and wait until they dry out (if you freeze at once, the strawberries will be watery taste).
The tray (cutting Board) place plastic bag or wrap it with cling film. This measure will not allow the berries to freeze to the surface of the Board. Spread the strawberries on a tray so that some berries do not touch each other. Put the Board in freezer for a few hours.
Then carefully bulk frozen strawberries in a package or plastic container. Now it can be removed in the freezer for further storage. These berries are perfect for baking, decorating pastry and cocktails.
You can also freeze pureed strawberries. Clean and dry berries loop in a blender or food processor and add the ground sugar to taste. Pour the blank into a container and tightly close it. Store mashed strawberries in the freezer.