Recently updated on August 21st, 2020

Strawberry Mania: Exotic Strawberry Coulis / Sauce

Strawberry Coulis/Sauce

Homemade Strawberry coulis/sauce is just out of the world in taste….. much better than the store bought.
It is not very sugary and has the actual taste of strawberries.
It is sourly sweet.

Having this coulis in your refrigerator means having a ready-made instant dessert with you.
A simple ice cream becomes sooooo more appetising and appealing.

Strawberry coulis / sauce


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We use strawberries puree for making this. You can either have it coarse or smooth as per your preference.
In my family, we all prefer it being mushy as in that case you get to have tiny pulpy pieces of strawberries as well.

Strawberry Couli/sauce can be used in so many ways. Drizzle it on ice creams or puddings or custards.
Vanilla ice cream served with strawberry coulis oozes dollops of deliciousness.
You can use it as a topping on cheesecake,
Or as a filling in Black Forest Cake.
You can spread it on bread slice or chapati like jam.
You can make Swiss roll with it.
Or if you are like me then simply you can keep licking it.

So many ways to use it and such a simple way to make it.
Yes, it gets ready in hardly 10-12 minutes.
It requires only 3 ingredients to make this exotic Strawberry coulis/sauce.
Preparation time: 2-3 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Yields: 250 gms.


200 g Strawberries
8-10 Tsp Sugar
2 Tsp Corn Flour
1/2 Cup Water
1 Tsp lemon juice.


1. Clean and wash the hulled strawberries.
2. Put them in a food processor and puree it coarsely, that is, don’t make too smooth.
3. Transfer this coarse Puree to a pan.
4. Add sugar and cook on medium heat for 2-3 minutes.
5. Dissolve corn flour in water and add to the above mixture.
6. Keep stirring and cook for 4-5 minutes till the sauce/ coulis becomes slightly thick.
7. Lastly, mix lemon juice and take off from the gas.
8. Let it cool.
9. Use as desired.


Store in a glass bottle in the refrigerator.

strawberry coulis

Strawberry coulis


1.Hulled Strawberries mean that the green leafy top is being removed.

2.The quantity of sugar may vary depending on the sweetness of strawberries.

3. Don’t make it very thick as it thickens on cooling also.

4. You can puree it smooth in the blender too.

5. Lemon juice is added to give shiny texture to the coulis.

6. Remains good for 8-10 days in the refrigerator.

In a Jiffy

Add sugar in strawberry Puree. Cook until sugar dissolves. Mix in little cornflour dissolved in water. Cook for another 2-3 minutes. Lastly, add lemon juice. Use as desired.


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