How to Poach Quince

2 cups of water
2 lemons- juice & throw in the actual lemon
4 cinnamon sticks
some cloves & cardamon pods
a sprinkle of star anise
1 vanilla pod, split lengthwise
2 cups of sugar

 

Use a u-shaped peeler to peel the fruit. Using a sturdy knife, cut the quince in half. Cut some into segments and remove the core, but leave some just as they are if you like.

How to Poach Quince

Get a large pot ready with water (start with about 2 cups), the juice of 2 lemons (and the squeezed lemons themselves), 4 cinnamon sticks, a scattering of cloves and cardamon pods, a sprinkling of star anise, and a vanilla pod, split lengthwise and teased open with the tip of a paring knife. Stir in 2 cups of sugar.

How to Poach Quince

Bring the pot to a boil, reduce to a simmer and poach away. The room will smell fantastic in short order. Take big breaths, deeply. Inhale through the nose and out through your mouth. You’re gonna make it through this one, and it will be awesome.

How to Poach Quince

Your quinces are done when they have turned a wonderful orange, and are tender. When cool, store in a covered container in the fridge, immersed in all that poaching liquid. (Quince can be stored this way for up to 10 days.)

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