Definition of coulis
: a thick sauce made with pureed vegetable or fruit and often used as a garnish
Recent Examples of coulis from the Web
One of San Diego’s newest artisan restaurants, Mendocino has created a sundae with small-batch vanilla bean soft serve from Sweet Rose Creamery, peanut butter syrup, blueberry coulis and peanut butter cookie crumble.
Vibrant carrot coulis, red shiso sorbet and herb oil dotted the plate.
Save time: Make the coulis in advance and keep in the fridge.
Other good breakfast picks include brioche French toast with saucy strawberry coulis ($7) and the Josh-Hash ($9), a biscuit pileup of hash browns, steak, mushroom gravy and chipotle fried onions with an oozy fried egg on top.
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Origin and Etymology of coulis
French, from Old French coleïs, from coleïs, coleïz flowing
First Known Use: 1952See Words from the same year
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Definition of coulis for English Language Learners
: a thick sauce made from vegetables or fruit
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