9th day of Hipcooks: Quince Paste

Another great use of your Poached Quince: Quince Paste, or dulce de membrillo as it is called in Spain and South America. You’ll see it on a Tapas table, served with Manchego cheese. If you’ve never tried it, you must…the pairing is excellent!

Begin by running the poached quince through a food mill.

How to make quince paste: milling the quince

Weigh out equal parts of quince paste to sugar, and pop in a pan on high heat, stirring all the way. It will bubble away happily, as the sugar dissolves and caramelizes. It’s ready when it is nice and thick, and a deep shade of orange.

Pop into a parchment-lined baking tray to cool. Spread it out while it is still warm, and once it cools it hardens to a sliceable jam…

…perfect for a cheese plate!

Quince Paste Recipe

Are you inspired? or looking for more inspiration? Then come check out Viva España: ¡Tapas! at Hipcooks.  It’s a blast! We’ll transport you to Sevilla as we prepare all kinds of gorgeous Spanish nibbles, full of color, texture, & flavor.

We’ll show you how you can throw the perfect Tapas party at home for all your friends. We’ll share all the make-ahead tricks so that you can have time to be the perfect host.

This is our most popular class since Tapas offers a little something for everyone.

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