Quince Jam, Turkish Ayva Receli, 380g-13.40oz
Original Turkish product from Istanbul – Turkey
Turkish quince jam, produced traditionally.
Made from best quality Turkish quinces , collected from Anatolia region.
Sends in a sealed & protected jar.
All orders are shipped via Express Shipping and tracking number is supplied for each order.
Delivery time after shipment:
Europe: 1-2 business days
For U.S – Canada: 2-3 days
For rest of the world: 2-4 days
Interest in jams, which are indispensable for Turkish breakfast culture, continues to increase today. Jams made of many kinds of vegetables and fruits from apricot to fig, from fig to peach, from peach to tomato continue to decorate our tables. Citizens, on the other hand, wonder how the quince jam is made due to the approach of the season recently. Questioning what should be considered when making quince jam and the tips of making quince jam, citizens are investigating how quince jam is made. So, how is quince jam made?
Citizens who want to make peach jam, which is a very practical jam that you cannot get enough of its taste, are investigating the tips of making quince jam and the details that need to be paid attention to when making quince jam. So, how is quince jam made? What should be considered when making quince jam?
HOW IS QUINCE JAM MADE?
The preparation of quince jam, which is a delicious flavor that will make your mouth water even when you hear its name, has been wondering recently. Citizens who want to make this flavor at home question the practical quince jam recipe. So, how is quince jam made? What are the ingredients of quince jam?
1.5 kilos of quince
1 kg + 1 water glass granulated sugar
The juice of half a lemon
4 glasses of water
First, wash, peel and dice the quince. In order not to darken the quince that you cut into cubes, put it in the lemon water you have prepared before. Pour the quinces into a large steel pan and add water and cook over medium heat until the quinces are soft. When the quince begins to soften, add all the sugar and cloves without pouring the water on it, mix slowly until the sugar dissolves. Add the juice of half a lemon 5-6 minutes before removing the quince that you have boiled until it darkens on low heat.
After cooking like this for a few minutes, turn off the stove. Wait for the jam you take from the stove to cool. After it cools, fill it in jars. Bon Appetit…
If you like a more aromatic taste in jam, you can add more flavor to your jam by using cinnamon sticks during boiling. Always store jam jars in a cool place without sunlight.