Quince is a pomaceous fruit and for this reason nearly related to Apple and Pear. In this country this hard and acerb fruit is not able for raw consumption. However, as a jelly it catches by its distinctive sweetness so head chefs combine it with intensive sorts of cheese like goat cheese or gorgonzola.
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Quince juice*, sugar, gelling agent pectin, acidifier citric acid
*made from bavarian fruit
|energy value||942 kJ / 222 kcal|
|fat||< 0,5 g|
|saturated fatty acids||< 0,1 g|
|Thereof sugar||54,0 g|
|protein||< 0,5 g|