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Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup

James G | Dec 8, 200407:45 PM     4

I am making a batch of Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup (Meggyleves) and have run into a question: when I puree half the cherries with the soup liquid, it does not make clear whether I should pass this puree through a sieve to clear the soup up. I think it looks better this way, but as I have never made it before I am not sure if the little bits of cherry (in addition to the whole cherries that I resreved for this purpose) are supposed to be in the soup. HELP!

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