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Bitter Orange Coulis (Great topping for Yoghurt)


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Ingredients

300 g

  • Zest of an Orange (optional), Approx half or to taste
  • 100 g raw sugar
  • 500 g Orange, or substitute other fruit, peel and pith cut off
  • 6
    25min
    Preparation 25min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place Zest and Sugar in Tm bowl and mill for 10 -15 sec, speed 9. Scrape down and give a little longer if necesary

    Add orange flesh, with any visible pips removed. Pulverise 8 secs speed 9, then cook for 20mins, Varoma temp, speed 1 with MC off (keep an eye as may boil up into top well, you can always drop temp to 100 degrees for a while)

    Once cooked transfer to a container to cool before marbelling through yogurt or adding a spoonful as a topping.

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Tip

You can use various fruits, I have also made this with frozen berries and serve it on top of homemade TM yogurt


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  • I tried this one again -

    Submitted by Taniav on 5. February 2016 - 07:34.

    I tried this one again - better!

     

    i used your quantities & cooked it 5 mins/ 90degrees/ speed 4 ( as in berry coulis from EDC) with measuring cup in. I then blitzed for 10 seconds on speed 9 for smoother consistency. Nice flavour. I mix it through natural yoghurt for dessert. 

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  • Mine turned out thick like a

    Submitted by Taniav on 29. January 2016 - 13:49.

    Mine turned out thick like a jam, and the bottom was starting to turn brown - heading towards burning.   Flavour seems nice.  Will try AGain when I have more oranges and reduce cooking time.  

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