Raspberry Coulis

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Raspberry Coulis
Raspberry Coulis
This is an easy peasy recipe that can be used over pancakes (Trader Joes Multigrain Pancake mix), as cake fillings, in pies, as ice-cream toppings, on yogurts and parfaits –
I made this with an intention to use in a tart recipe, but the yield with a 12 ounce box was not much we ended up using it over pancakes – trust me when I say it was terrific!
Here is the recipe
12ounce box of fresh raspberries
1/4 cup of sugar
2tbsp honey
1tbsp Lemon juice (not required it you like to err on the side of sweet over tart)
Raspberry Coulis
Preparation
Blend the raspberries
In a tsp of water, mix the sugar in a saucepan and heat to liquefy
Add the honey and the raspberry puree
Allow it to bubble before turning off
Add the lemon juice and stir in
Set in refrigerator to cool and thicken
Use as needed
 Sending this off to Smitha’s Berry Event

 

Skills

Posted on

September 29, 2011

41 Comments

  1. lovely quick recipe..All vitamins at one go!!

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  2. Looks tempting …I am going to try it with vanilla ice cream!

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  3. Nice recipe…I too am not keeping a full fledged golu this year, reason being my mischievous daughter…have a great festival.

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  4. Super delicious breakfast,can imagine the flavor..yum

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  5. omg…this is absolutely delicious..:)

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  6. Lovely pancakes with that oozing syrup on top.

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  7. So inviting..

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  8. I am sure the pancakes tasted delicious with raspbery cauli.I have a nice bush full of sweet smelling raspberries(when they are in season) The problem is it is too fatr away from teh kitchen..and rasberriess seldom make it till there;)

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  9. Yumm, fantastic coulis..

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  10. delicious sirup..and yummy pancakes,both make a good combo.

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  11. looks super simple! great substitute for syrup on pancakes :)

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  12. Yum! This sounds delicious. I bet it would be great over pound cake too:)

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  13. Looks simple and yummy

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  14. Easy & yummy syrup..

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  15. I love rasberries in any form and this really does appear easy-peasy as you said! If this is what you are serving for breakfast, I'll be right over!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  16. Slurp! The raspberry coulis looks stunning! Have never tried my hand at it though..wondering if I can do that with blackberries (that's just about the exotic variety of berries that Godrej Natures Basket stocks up on besides desi grown Strawberries ofcourse!). Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog Priya :)

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  17. love the simplicity of the raspberry drizzle! 😀

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  18. Its so new to me, sounds too good,I always love raspberry aroma!

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  19. Looks delicious ..that sauce looks so fab

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  20. love to eat this anytime..looks delicious

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  21. Wonderful recipe. Looks yummy and tempting.

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  22. Just adore the color of this raspberry coulis!!! Would love it with crepes or cakes :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. Thanks for dropping by priya! nice idea for topping pancakes!

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  24. simple and delicious dear, lovely topping for n number of dishes..please accept an award from my space..

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  25. Good one…I made it for my cheese cake topping….

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  26. never heard of this but it sure does looks absolutely delicious.

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  27. Looks super delicious. Perfect breakfast.

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  28. This looks fab!
    As u said…easy peasy…loved the term you gave it to, too. :)

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  29. Love that raspberry swirl…it goes well with plain yogurt as well…tried blackberry preserve… same process and ended up with seeds in it but tasted great:)

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  30. What a hearty breakfast:-)
    unfortunately Raspberries are soo expensive here:-(
    Wud love to try it with Strawberries instead:-)

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  31. that looks very yummy…thanks for sending it dear!

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