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How to make a Berry Coulis

A simple recipe showing how to make a Berry Coulis, a versatile fruit sauce that can be used to infuse berry flavours as well as accentuate your dishes presentation.

How to make a Berry Coulis
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Ingredients and Special Equipment

200g Mixed Berries, Fresh or frozen.
2 Tbsp Sugar
30ml Brandy (optional)

Hand Held Blender

Directions

Step 1

Place the ingredients in a saucepan and cook on a medium heat for about 5 minutes.

The sauce can now be used in recipes such as our Yoghurt Pancakes where the textures of the whole berries really add to the dish.

Cook the Berries
Blend the coulis

Step 2

Transfer the contents of the pan to the bowl of a liquidizer and blend the contents until they are of an ever consistency

Step 3

Place a fine mesh sieve over a bowl. Pour the coulis into the sieve and work it through with the back of a spoon making sure to catch all the liquid in the bowl.

Sieve the Coulis
Finished Coulis

Step 4

The sieving process will remove all of the seeds and other debris leaving you with a nice smooth Coulis.

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Recipes that make use of coulis:

Yoghurt Pancakes served with Roasted Hazelnut Honey and Berry Coulis.
Wild Berry Choc Chip Ice Cream
Blueberry Marshmallows

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Recipe By , Flavoursome Delights

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2 comments so far (post your own)

cool

Posted by hermione on Thursday, 19.01.12 @ 15:24pm

omg! awesome :)

how amny serves does this make again?

Posted by i weiner on Saturday, 2.03.13 @ 21:31pm

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