This is a wonderful recipe for raspberry sauce, also known as raspberry coulis.
This sauce takes your dessert up a notch in flavor and it's homemade; no
chemicals or preservatives. Offering sweet dessert sauce recipes and more below.
Recipe for Raspberry Sauce
HOMEMADE RASPBERRY SAUCE RECIPE
It takes 5 minutes to make this raspberry coulis, but what you get packs
a punch of flavor.
Fresh raspberries will give you beautiful color and
flavor, but frozen raspberries will also give you good results. Use
berries that are frozen whole without syrup and defrost enough to
1 pint (2 cups) fresh or frozen red raspberries (partially thawed if frozen)
3 TBS sugar or to taste
Place the berries and sugar in a blender and process until pureed.
Taste and mix in more sugar if needed. Press the coulis through a
strainer or a food mill to eliminate the seeds.
NOTE: Using the same technique, and adjusting the sugar to
taste, you can make other fruit coulis from scratch. Instead of raspberries, use
blueberries, strawberries or even exotic fruit like passion fruit, mango
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