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cou·lis

 (ko͞o-lē′)
n.
A thick sauce made of puréed fruit or vegetables: raspberry coulis.

[French, strained liquid, from Old French couleis, from Vulgar Latin *cōlāticus, from Latin cōlātus, past participle of cōlāre, to strain; see coulee.]

coulis

(ˈkuːliː)
n
(Cookery) a thin purée of vegetables, fruit, etc, usually served as a sauce surrounding a dish
[C20: French, literally: purée]

coulis

A concentrated liquid, usually from fish or meat, obtained by long slow cooking.
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1 Blend the strawberries or raspberries into a smooth coulis
He and his wife Jane served up dishes on the show including sweet chilli glazed cod with buttered peanuts on a pea puree, a trio of stuffed pork, tenderloin and other meats and lemon posset with raspberry coulis and shortbread.
ie) ETON MESS WITH WARM FRUIT COULIS This is a crowd-pleasing summery dessert that's very quick to make.
An American-style baked cheesecake was creamy, dense and well-flavoured, served with raspberry coulis, but the flambeed crepe suzette in orange sauce sounded even better.
Lindt CREATION features four premium chocolate bar recipes: Creme BrE[c]lee, Molten Lava Cake, Hazelnut Torte and Mint Coulis.
Ingredients are thus readily available at any supermarket and feature innovations on classic Mexican cuisine, form a Banana Salsa with Four Variations to Mexican Seafood Risotto and a Kahlua Chocolate Cake with Strawberry Coulis.
Himyari said in a statement today : " al-Mukhisa / 35 km northeast of Baquba witnessing since many years to hostile scheme aims to Depopulation and confiscating orchards in implementation of political change demography of the region , stands behind malicious hands , some known and others working in coulis .
For the coulis, put the raspberries in a saucepan and add the sugar and lemon juice.
Marcus Bennett, co-owner and award-winning chef at The Bay Horse, Hurworth Strawberry trifle INGREDIENTS: 1 punnet of strawberries 500ml strawberry coulis 6 gelatine leaves 8 sponge fingers 4 tbsp of toasted almonds 100ml strawberry liqueur METHOD: Soak sponge fingers in liqueur.
Options include Lobster Harira, a traditional Moroccan soup with lobster, chickpeas, lentil, tomato, coriander and argon oil; Tangia, a Marrakesh lamb slowly cooked for six hours and served in a traditional Tangia clay pot; chocolate couscous fondant, served with a red berry coulis and roasted almond ice cream.
Marmalade and raspberry cheesecake in a glass Ingredients (serves 6) ' packet Digestive biscuits 100g melted butter 100g full-fat soft cheese 1 tbsp caster sugar 100g good quality marmalade 150ml double cream Finely grated rind from 1 orange Large punnet of raspberries Icing sugar to dust For the Raspberry Coulis Ingredients 250g raspberries 80g caster sugar Squeeze of lemon juice Put all the ingredients in a pan; bring to the boil and simmer for 2-3 minutes.