Simple fruit sauces

Simple fruit sauces

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Any tinned or stewed fruit, soft fresh fruit or frozen berries, etc., can be easily made into a delicious sauce for ice cream, sponge or milk puddings, cake or waffles.

Ingredients

Quantity Ingredient
fresh or tinned fruit
1 tablespoon arrowroot or cornflour
sugar
lemon juice
1-2 tablespoons brandy, rum, sherry, or liqueur, (optional)

Method

  1. Purée fruit in a blender or food processor or rub through a sieve. Add syrup if using tinned or stewed fruit. Thicken, if necessary, by blending arrowroot or cornflour with a little juice or water, heating puréed fruit to boiling point and stirring in enough blended arrowroot to give desired thickness.
  2. Sweeten with sugar and sharpen the flavour with lemon juice. Add brandy, rum, sherry or liqueur to taste, if desired. Serve hot or cold.
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