Duero Quince Jelly

Duero Quince Jelly

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.

Additional information

Product Category

Cheese

Brand Name

Duero

Brand Type

Proprietary

Country of Origin

Spain

UPC Code

100 64445 06017 0

Ingredients

Quince fruit, sugar and lemon juice.

Pack Size

5 x 170 g