Tangerine coulis

Even though most people like tangerines, you'll not often find them on the menu in restaurants. This is an easy-to-make recipe that adds a fantastic finishing touch to desserts.

Tangerine coulis

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tangerine juice



tangerine liquor



invert sugar



xanthan gum

Preparation method

  • Mix together the tangerine juice, tangerine liquor, and invert sugar.
  • Measure the xanthan gum accurately using a precision scale and add to the tangerine juice.
  • Mix with a hand blender so that it binds, taking care not to add air.
  • Pour into a squeeze bottle and store in the refrigerator.

Serving suggestions

  • Delicious served as a coulis with chocolate desserts.
  • As part of a dessert with citrus fruit structures.
  • As a marinade for red fruits.
  • To add flavour to other types of coulis.

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