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Chefnorway Coulis

Chefnorway Coulis

ChefNorway's Coulis

The name sounds so French and special. But this is so simple that I could do it with my eyes closed. In my video I’m trying to show you a strawberry coulis, raspberry coulis and a blueberry coulis. But it’s the first two that is mostly used in “nice” restaurants.

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Coulis video

Here’s a video on how to make coulis.

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The name sounds so French and special. But this is so simple that I could do it with my eyes closed. In my video I’m trying to show you a strawberry coulis, raspberry coulis and a blueberry coulis. But it’s the first two that is mostly used in “nice” restaurants.

I really think it makes any dessert look good, and it adds some freshness to the taste. Don’t make more than you can use. Only need a handful of berries to make enough for a normal group.

Directions

  • Add berries and sugar to a medium pot.
  • Heat up to medium heat
  • Use a colander and a spoon to push down the juices to a separate bowl.
  • Save the leftover berries as jam!
Difficulty

Super Easy

Servings

20

Preparation Time

3 minutes

Cook Time

10 minutes

A classic dessert has coulis because it taste and looks fantastic.

Thomas Haarr

ChefNorway

I would love if you make this recipe and tell me, and everyone who visit
how much you love it!

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