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What is your fave quince recipe?

Posted by st2826 (My Page) on
Mon, May 28, 12 at 12:07

I've never tried them before but the small tree in our garden has fruit on so would be rude not to use them for something :o)
I'm thinking a chutney but am open to ideas.

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RE: What is your fave quince recipe?

Oh, I really envy you. Anything with Quince is great in my opinion. I love Quince Jam (not jelly), Quince marmelade, quince and lemon drinks, multiple quince and lamb dishes. I don't usually have a recipe for meat dishes, just mix things as it seems right :(, but something like in the attached link should be good.
I do similar dish, but use fresh lemon juice instead of vinegar and terragon instead of rosemary and oregano.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lamb chop with quince

RE: What is your fave quince recipe?

Poached with a vanilla bean or a cinnamon stick.

I would like a Smyrna quince tree. That's the twisty one.

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