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Quince fruit, sugar and lemon juice.
5 x 170 g
Quince Jelly – a very traditional Spanish product a jelly made from the cooked pulp of a quince fruit. Quince itself, what appears to be a cross between an apple and a pear, can’t be eaten raw, it’s hard and bitter and very unappetizing. But, it’s one redeeming quality is that it’s full of pectin, a naturally occurring substance that when heated together with sugar causes the mixture to thicken, like a jam, or jelly. It’s sweet, a little mealy and pairs very well with a salty cheese. Cut into slices or cubes and eat on top of Spanish cheeses.