Two treats from one oh-so-easy Annabel Langbein recipe. Simply simmer whole quinces in a sugar syrup till tender, then make a glorious ruby jelly from the syrup and a delicious quince paste from the poached fruit. You'll find the recipe here http://www.annabel-langbein.com/recipes/quince-conserve--paste/275/ #recipeoftheweek

Two treats from one Annabel Langbein recipe. Simply simmer whole quinces in a sugar syrup till tender, then make a glorious ruby jelly from the syrup and a delicious quince paste from the poached fruit.

Quince recipes, including links to quince jelly, poached quince, quince jam, quince membrillo, quince tarte tatin, and quince compote.

Quinces cannot be eaten raw, they are too tart. But the tannins that cause the tartness in the raw fruit mellow when cooked (and turn the fruit pink). Cooked, a quince transforms into something lovely.

Quince Paste Recipe: This thick, spreadable, super-tart jam is great paired with Manchego or a mild, firm local cheese. From All Things Considered on NPR

A Quest For The Perfect Quince Paste Yields A Great Sauce

How to make your own decadent Quince Paste with Thermomix and impress the socks off all your cheese-loving friends. See more at SuperKitchenMachine.com

Thermomix Quince Paste recipes for TM5 and TM31

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