Raspberry Sauce Recipe
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A fresh tasting sauce that can be used in desserts, such as cakes, custards, puddings, ice cream, and sorbets.
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1 pint fresh raspberries
granulated or powdered sugar to taste
lemon juice or orange juice to taste (optional)
Wash raspberries, if necessary, gently under cold water. Use as little water as possible, drain and carefully spread out on paper towels. Remove any damaged berries.
Place raspberries in a bowl and purée by crushing with a fork. Place puréed raspberries in a sieve over a clean bowl and use the back of a spoon to force the berries through the sieve into the bowl.
After the raspberries have been strained, gradually add granulated sugar or powdered sugar until the raspberries are sweetened to desired taste. Add a teaspoon at a time, stir well and then taste to prevent adding too much sugar.
Tip: Enhance the color of the sauce by adding a little lemon juice or orange juice.
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