Quince Preserves (Membrillo)

Although you can buy quince preserves in markets that specialize in Iberian or Latin American foods, you should try making your own, as the texture will be a little softer and more appealing. Membrillo is served with a fresh soft cream cheese, a youngish Manchego, or a mild goat cheese and crackers or toasted bread.
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chicawonderful
,Madrid
January 2, 2013
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Would You Recommend? Yes
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GREAT FOR TOAST, CHEESE, ETC
January 2, 2013
I followed this recipe last weekend and its result is WONDERFUL. In my case, it didn't get as dark as in the picture, but it's delicious anyway.
Just 2 comments:
* I had a bit of difficulty with the tablespoon and cup contents, and translating tablespoon => grams and cup => grams;
* I used half the sugar (400g for 900g of quinces) and it's already very sweet.
The consistency I got is that of a jam, perfect for my breakfast toasts!
Pros: Yield, Easy, Healthy, Appearance, Will Make Again
Cons: i would put all ingredients in grams