Cooking Classics: Raspberry Coulis

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The Technique

Raspberry Coulis

A coulis is a classic dessert sauce that can be prepared from a variety of fruits & summer berries that have been pureed & forced through a fine wire mesh sieve. In order to be properly classified, the sauce should not have any thickeners added. However, they can be prepared from raw or cooked sweetened fruits, purees or juices. Raspberry is probably the most well known as it’s used in restaurants around the world to highlight & flavor some of the finest confections around but when paired with ultra simple desserts, they allow both components to showcase the finest each has to offer. Raspberry Coulis can be layered in parfait glasses with fresh fruit, cake crumbs & Vanilla Pastry Cream for the perfect summertime treat or drizzled over Buttermilk Pound Cake slices & Classic Cheesecake for a wonderfully fresh accompaniment. When paired with chocolate, it becomes something quite special. Learn how to make a simple dessert sauce in your very own kitchen that can be used all throughout the year.

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makes 2/3 cup

1 1/2 cups fresh raspberries
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

Pulse the raspberries, the powdered sugar & the lemon juice in a food processor several times until completely pureed. Transfer the mixture to a fine wire mesh sieve set over a bowl & press the raspberries through it using a rubber spatula. Discard the solids. Use immediately or refrigerate up to 2 days.

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How To Garnish Lovely Desserts 

Fresh fruit sauces truly allow desserts to shine on the plate. Once the raspberries have been pureed, they may be pushed through a wire mesh sieve to remove the seeds that taste bitter. 
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Raspberry Coulis may be drizzled, pooled & puddled over dessert plates for lovely serving options such as in the case of Raspberry-Chocolate Mousse Tarts. Covering the entire surface with a very thin layer also makes a beautiful presentation & is ideal to use when chocolate layer cakes are to be offered to guests.  

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