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This old-fashioned, tart fruit is actually extremely versatile. It can't really be eaten raw, although a friend of mine eats thin raw slices with salt and loves it! It makes a gorgeous see-through jelly, lovely jam, and a wonderful stewed side dish with pork or ham. Keep the seeds: they are rich in pectin and can help other jams to set; slices can be added to casseroles and roasts for a tart fruity taste. Here's a healthy, very easy and delicious dessert to make when you come across quinces.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (178 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4