Homemade quince paste. Easy recipes

Homemade quince paste. Easy recipes

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The quince it is a typical fruit of the fall season. Similar in appearance to lemon, it is astringent and has a sour taste so it is not usually eaten raw, but it is very common to make sweets, compotes or jams.

However, in some countries like Mexico they do take it raw, prepared with chili salt and lemon. In we teach you to make a Quince sweet in the purest homemade style. Ideal for a perfect snack or breakfast, served on a slice of bread or mixed with cheese.

  • 1 kg of quinces
  • 750 grams of sugar
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 pippin apples
  • Cinnamon stick
  • White wine

Tip: you can also make it without the apples but adding a few grams of pectin so that the quince has the necessary consistency.

1. Peel and chop the quinces and apples.

2. Squeeze the juice of a lemon and put it in a saucepan along with the quinces and apples. Cover everything with the sugar and let it rest overnight.

3. Put the pot on the fire and bring it to a boil. Add the cinnamon stick and a splash of white wine. Stir so the mixture doesn't stick.

4. When the fruit is soft, remove the cinnamon stick and pass the mixture through the blender until it is smooth and fine.

5. Pour the quince into rectangular shaped containers and let it cool. You already have your quince jelly!

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