Yield: Yields about 1 cup coulis; double the recipe as needed.
For variety, try adding a bit of fresh ginger, chopped herbs, or garlic. You can also add a splash of balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, or other acid to heighten the flavor, or a little cream to mellow it. If you strain the coulis, be sure to use a medium- or wide-mesh sieve, as a fine one will cause the coulis to separate. Purée red and yellow peppers separately to make a two-toned accent for seared scallops, crab cakes, or other seafood.
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