The quinces I bought the other day were beginning to look a bit sad and I needed to use them up with something. I really like quince, so quince jelly was the obvious choice – making a few jars of this would mean I would still be eating them way beyond their season had ended.
By the way, this recipe can be followed as is but with medlars, sorbs or crab apples, so if you are lucky enough to know where their might be some growing near you try this jelly.
Quince jelly can be used like any fruit jelly, but is typically an accompaniment to cheeses, game and turkey.
#114 Quince Jelly – 6.5/10. A nice conserve, but I perhaps more apple than I should have, as the quince flavour is not super strong and is sweeter than I’m used to. That said, I used as jam and I think it’ll be a lot better with some game or cheese. Also, the recipe’s very good as I got four jars of jelly from just two quince!
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so impressed. it\’s a beautiful color and if too sweet to eat on those gorgeous muffins, you could use it as a glaze for fruit tarts — pork — duck — barbeque etc..